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Barbara Neubeck

Hi Judy,
Nice to see you are enjoying yourself...playing tourist is always fun...your salmon dinner looks delicious.
Barb from Australia


Oh now that looks like fun and the fact that I can see no heavy coats, mittens and hats makes it even more special. Enjoy. B


I always enjoy ferries. Your meal looks delicious!


i think it would be cool (if not a little time-consuming) to drive a car onto a ferry and be shuttled across the water. :)


I see you have been enjoying some time in the Houston/Galveston area. We have been there on several occasions...and always had a great time!

Thanks for paying me a visit at 'my front porch'...and leaving a comment.


Looks like a fun day! the Salmon looks delicious!!


70 miles off a trip is a lot of miles and time!

I would just enjoy that ride over and back...whether I got off or not.

A Romantic Porch

Oh how fun. I rode that same ferry (at least I think it was) when I was a youngster in 1978. I remember sea gulls came and ate peanuts or chips or something right from our fingertips.
Thank you for joining my blog.
Have a wonderful trip.
xo rachel

A Romantic Porch

Also, I am the youngest of 10 and my oldest brother Carlton, lives near Rockford, IL. I am following you on pinterest! I love moms of large families.
xo rachel

Lois Evensen

Lovely trip and yummy dinner. :) Thanks for taking us along.


That would be a fun ride.


I came to read your story and watch your photos and wish you good weekend!
Enjoy your last days there, I have enjoyed your positive posts, we all know that everyone`s lives keep inside a large diversity of happenings and feelings.
Regards Leena


A wonderful journey. Once a boat and water lover he will forever remain that way.

EG CameraGirl , Canada

The salmon dish looks yummy!


I rode the ferry to Bolivar on my short trip to Galveston this past summer. It was one of the most fun things I did while on the island.

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