Tuesday, January 11, 2011


Ah, the luxury of power. We've been "dry-camping" for the last 4 weeks, which means that we have no hook-ups (power, water and sewer). We generate our power with a solar panel supplemented by a gas generator. That means the computer and the internet are not on all day. And usually when we are dry-camping that isn't a bad thing. It almost always means that we get to live where the views are magnificent, if only for a couple of weeks. And seriously there's lots of other stuff to do besides sit inside and work or play on the computer. We spent two weeks over the Christmas holidays at Padre Island National Seashore outside of Corpus Christi, Texas. This is our first time on the Texas Gulf coast. The locals call it America's third coast. It's such fun to explore new places. And I AM a beach girl after all.

Texas Tropical Trail holidays
Beach side camping at Padre Island National Seashore
A boardwalk to get you across the dunes.
The Gulf of Mexico
Cool little shells everywhere on the beach.

Speaking of luxuries...this is a set I made while inspired about luxuries and beaches.

 Be gorgeous ;-D

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