Adventure Location: Rockport, Texas
Today's Date: 6-16-2022
We got in some of a walk today but the walk was cut short by a friendly visit. It turned out that the visit was a good break for the OFM as his joints were starting to be painful. The bench rest of the visit saved us from a lot more pain later in the day. Back at the Castle we firmed up a plan for changing several things about the interior of the Castle since the OFM way of living is simplifying and soon to be done a little differently. Really good news was the migraine pains did not come back today. We also are in progress on checking if the LED and fluorescent bulbs could be causing some of the migraine pains. More research is needed.
This evening we hit the beach park for some lure soaking and enjoyed the moderate temps and walking the bulkhead at the Allegro Channel. Check out this bird walking the bulkhead ahead of us.
When we got out the jetty a ways we got to see a huge barge carrying something huge on it with the tow boat shoving it towards Corpus Christi. The barge was about a mile and a half out across the bay from where the OFM was standing soaking his lure.
Soon we headed in to get some chicken tacos for supper. They were good and now we are putting together tonight's blog. We do not know yet where we will be trying to have tooooo much fun but the Rockport Art Festival is firing up for frolicking soon.
I think that may be the barge full of baby formula.ReplyDelete
Maybe that is why there were pirate ships in the harbor this afternoon.Delete
The fluorescent lights are famous for causing headaches and likely migraines. Some older LEDs may also be suspect. Newer LED lights have solved most of those problems. there are easy replacement LEDs for fluorescent tubes. Cabin Bright Lights is a great source with excellent customer service.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for the lighting info.Delete
Having visit breaks while out walking is another way for having tooooo much fun.ReplyDelete
Be Safe and Enjoy Art Festival.
It's about time.
Thank you very much.Delete