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Old 04-17-2008, 01:13 PM
 
Location: El Paso, TX
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Nope Panterra I have not. You can view them on my photobucket, if they wont load for you here. I can try to resize them later for you.

Here are a few more pictures...

MORE ART

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Corpus Park

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MOBY DICKS

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Port Aransas Stuff

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Old 04-17-2008, 01:32 PM
 
Location: Richardson, TX
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If they are big anywhere, it just takes too long. With my "Stone-knives-and-bear-skin-rugs" dial-up, I run out of patients. They eventully come through. DSL hasn't come to my area. You would think I lived out in the sticks somewhere, GGGG I'm in a suburb adjacent to Dallas. Anyway, enough complaining about my service provider, LOL. When I was down there, we stayed at the Texas A&M research center and collected a lot os shells to take back to our lab for various analyses. We sure ate good in the evenings. IIRC we would go to Black Diamond oyster bar several times.
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Old 04-17-2008, 01:33 PM
 
Location: Richardson, TX
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The rainy pictures along the beach is how it was the entire time we were there. HAHA Don't remember the time of year, maybe late fall. It was a bit chilly. We were not there to swim.
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Old 04-17-2008, 06:05 PM
 
Location: Texas
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ya know. everytime i see pics of Corpus, it looks so nice. but then i think about last year when i worked in Corpus , and spent my days off doing things around there and exploring and TRYING to make the best of it...and how miserable i was. the only analogy i can make is, it's kinda like some man married to an attractive woman but she's empty inside, lacks personality, and has little to offer other than looks.
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Old 04-17-2008, 06:44 PM
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Those are great pics Muhnay, never been to Port Aransas actually, just to the other side of the bay bridge but not much further. Thx for the look.

The ghost shot was cool.
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Old 04-17-2008, 09:46 PM
 
Location: Hutto, Tx
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Just wanted to reply that in the top window, I don't think it's the reflection from the post. The shapes don't match.
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Old 04-17-2008, 10:12 PM
 
Location: El Paso, TX
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The rainy pictures along the beach is how it was the entire time we were there. HAHA Don't remember the time of year, maybe late fall. It was a bit chilly. We were not there to swim.
That's not rain.. that's morning. The wife and I sat out on the beach from about 5am till the sun came up.. there was a bunch of fog and it was slowly burning off. The pictures of the oil rig were from that very same morning. So I understand how it looks like rain, but it was really a very nice morning, the wind stopped blowing and it was not too chilly either... the sun had to get pretty high before we could see it.. the pictures of the pier and the sun, was when we could finally see it though all the fog.

Belle, I am not much of out and about kinda guy. Give me my wife and a nice quiet night at home, or a nice walk along a beach and I am good. I don't drink or smoke, or party any longer, so I am not sure what you found to be so bad.. I am also not a big shopper.. so the Malls don't interest me either. As for exploring Houston is 3 hours away, San Antonio and Austin 2 to 2 1/2 hours away so there is plenty to explore there. I am sorry you were miserable there, but I think your happier where you are now. I don't know if I could live in Corpus, but the area's around it I think I could.

Thanks RGV.. if you get down that way again make sure to check out Port Aransas, they have a great community theater there, and some of the best pizza I have had in a long time at Port "A" Pizzeria.. its really a nice place. Yeah that ghost shot is pretty cool. Not sure its a ghost or not.. I leave that up to the individual to decide. =)

Thanks everyone on the comments, I am glad you have enjoyed the pictures.
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Old 04-17-2008, 10:19 PM
 
Location: El Paso, TX
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great pics! i love corpus. i'm also a paranormal investigator and i'm afraid your "ghost" is a reflection of the column in the window. btw--didn't it shock you to see so much green everywhere?! coming from ep to south tx really blew me away--no more beige and brown!
You maybe right on the post thing.. but I will leave it to each person to decide.

Not really.. when I lived in Gulfport Mississippi, that was shocking... green and tall tree lined highways... and the chirping fogs. Loved it.

But yeah Corpus is nice and green too. I still need to check McAllen out sometime and see what its like. Some of the pictures that I have seen on here make it look quite nice.
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Old 04-17-2008, 10:43 PM
 
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Are you kidding me Muhnay? You are actually going to make the move here? Like I have said before. I have travelled through the entire United States and what you see here is NOTHING compared to other areas. I remember you said you wanted a safe place to raise your children. Well..if you are moving to South Texas then get ready to have your children exposed to massive amounts of drugs and alcohol from their friends, friends parents and many other sources.
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Old 04-17-2008, 11:46 PM
 
Location: El Paso, TX
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Are you kidding me Muhnay? You are actually going to make the move here? Like I have said before. I have travelled through the entire United States and what you see here is NOTHING compared to other areas. I remember you said you wanted a safe place to raise your children. Well..if you are moving to South Texas then get ready to have your children exposed to massive amounts of drugs and alcohol from their friends, friends parents and many other sources.

Well then, as soon as I am done with the Police Academy there, I will drive over to where they live and place them under arrest and let the system do its thing.=)

I don't know if I will or not.. but drugs are every where, crime and drugs are even worse in El Paso TX than Flour Bluff or Port Aransas or even Corpus. I saw a car full of Hispanic youths jump out of a blue sedan and start to beat on 2 young boys, When I jumped out and started to yell at them, they all ran to the car, the two boys got up and started to run away when the blue sedan drove by them they stuck what looked like pistols out the window and yelled some stuff in Spanish. and sped off.. I called the police and got back in my truck and made a report with the police that showed up.. That all took place just up the street from where I live after I picked my kids up from school, we were on our way home when that happened. So your concern for my kids being exposed, well they already are.
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