Hello, hello, It certainly was a long 2020. Although I continue to be grateful for so much.
We have been moving around the country slowly. As winter moved in we started moving south/west. We spent a month in Palm Springs California, we had been there last year so we new it would work for us. It has mineral hot spring pools and pickle ball, two of our favorite things to do at a RV resort. Covid restrictions were well done there.
Following Palm Springs we went to Casa Grande Arizona, again for a month.
I’m sure by now you’re asking yourself, “what does this have to do about beach life?” Welllll, although the time in the desert was nice, I found myself missing the ocean. I started the blog Beach life well before Christmas so I went in search of ocean photos to relive the sounds, beauty and smells and decided to share the photos of the ocean expressing such splendor.
As we were heading south/west for the winter one of our stops was Freeport and Galveston Texas. We stayed at a beautiful Rv Park named Blue Water RV resort. The park is located across a very quiet street from the gulf of Mexico. The resort was quiet and the beach felt like it was MY private beach. Most days Renee and I would be the only two walking the miles of beach with no obstructing views, only ocean. Each day I walked the beach, I saw sunrises and sunsets, watched Elle in her element, enjoyed the seagulls walking the waters edge, pelicans diving into the waves after fish, the wind smelling of the sea blowing in my face, ahhh beach life love it.
We ventured into Galveston a couple of times and did the touristy thing otherwise it was all about the ocean. Those are the photos I took. All about the gulf of Mexico
“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the water to create many ripples – Mother Teresa