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Old 02-20-2007, 09:06 PM
Location: Ocala, Florida
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We are investigating relocating to the Corpus Christi area later this year for retirement. While doing some research, I discovered a Webcam located at IH37 and Bayfront, showing scenes along Shoreline Blvd. Since discovering this Webcam, I have viewed it several times this past week and found very little vehicular traffic on Shoreline Blvd and the Bayfront area. There's very little traffic no matter what time I check it, and literally no one walking along the Bayfront area towards the American Banking Center, the museum, or near the marina.

Is this area now not safe for vehicular traffic and pedestrians? Why so few cars and people walking there? Is there nobody home in Corpus?

We were in Corpus about 10 years ago and walked the Bayfront and drove along Shoreline and Ocean Blvds. and there was "normal" amounts of cars going by and people walking. What's changed?
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Old 02-21-2007, 07:27 AM
Location: Texas
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i dont know. all i know is that when i have driven on Ocean Drive and Bayfront areas, i have always been able to drive nice and leisurely.
nice change from SPID-which is hell. i am skeered to death of SPID. avoid it like the plague but once in a while i HAVE to go to Corpus to find something i cant get on the internet or in my small town. but i am sure SPID aint THAT bad. i just aint a city girl
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Old 02-21-2007, 09:14 AM
Location: Corpus Christi
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Good luck to you...We are relocating to CC next month. I am going there tomorrow for 2 days to find a home. I will report back my findings if you wish ?
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