Last night after Walt returned from racket ball we went to one of the pier's on the Galveston break wall.
It's quite long and elevated about 20 feet. In the middle of the pier is a small convenience store that sells snacks, beer and bait. If you want to go to the fishing pier or observation deck its 2 bucks unless you purchase something.
We met a 25 year old lady who struck up a conversation with us. I mention her age only because her knowledge of issues was quite remarkable, to the left if center yes but still knowledgeable. How is it I always meet strangers that want to talk politics and issues? Unless its just a sign of the times. We went round and round. As I said she was bright but not on the right side of the argument. I got no where trying to make my case how Obama is walking all over the Constitution. She did say she missed Pres. Bush though. We ended our talk with a friendship hug. Before we left I asked her to say a big hello to Cleveland and give a big Go Mav's! She is from Dallas and a lover of the Mav's and Dirk. The celebration for the NBA champs drew about 250,000 to the downtown Dallas area.
Today I stayed behind at the condo catching up on business calls and emails while Walt and the family went to a water park.
After business I walked a good distance along the break wall. All day the tide was high so couldn't enjoy any of the beach.
About 10 pm they came back and we went to the Strand and the Harbor area of Galveston. Both are historic districts and something to spend more time looking around.
That's all. Need to wake early for the museums and then heading to San Antonio,