This morning we said goodbye to our marine Hermit crabs. We enjoyed them as pets for a couple days but since we are leaving the beach we must say goodbye.
The ride was decorated much like the restaurant and like a mini Disney ride floating down a river.
After lunch we headed towards the Galveston Ferry. We were surprised that it was a FREE ferry
since coming onto Galveston Island we had to pay a $2.00 toll.
|Us parked on the ferry|
And we got to see more dolphins :)
We pulled in and parked right on the water again...however we were not impressed with this beach very much. We have found this to be the case with MOST of the beaches we have seen in Texas.
|Step 1 Open drink|
|Step 2 Enjoy your drink|
Step 3 Enjoy your time at the beach
|Step 4 Finish your drink|
|Step 5 walk over to the garbage can|
|Step 6 Place TRASH in the provided |
garbage cans or take it home with you!
Sorry to sound so rude about it but come on...these beaches are gross. No wonder they are FREE! Lets have some pride people...no matter if you are living here, or visiting here...do your part. Maybe there would be an excuse if there were no garbage cans around but we have seen more garbage cans on Texas beaches then anywhere else we have been in the world so there is no excuse!
Put your garbage where it belongs so we can all enjoy the beaches! And if you head here and it's still gross...continue on to Port Arthur. The Walmart there allows overnight RVing. Customer Service was unsure but when they tracked down the manager they said it was up to Security and Security said' "of course they can!" We have a very nice sequrity lady keep an eye out on us all night and had no problems what so ever...(except the street cleaner around midnight was a bit loud)