A Quiet Day...
Trip Start Dec 24, 2010
159Trip End Jun 01, 2011
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Where I stayed
Lily's By the Bay RV Park
We left the area and headed for the Bishop's Palace. This is now a city owned edifice which originally was built by a wealthy fellow from Galveston. Eventually it came into the hands of the Catholic Church and was used for the Bishop's residence
We had intended to lunch at The Mosquito Cafe, but checked out the menu and weren't impressed enough to invest our newly-saved twenty bucks there.
Directly across the street lies (!) Patty Cakes Bakery. "The Island's Sweet Spot..." They had some really scrumptious looking delights there. We picked up a loaf of cranberry-almond bread for breakfast and a spinach feta croissant for lunch. Lynnie loves coconut macaroons, so we got a dozen of them, just in case. That pesky BS might just drop and they'll come in handy. I tested one just in case... they Rock, as they say. Just need a bit of chocolate to fully do the job.
We lunched in the Soob' and then found a Target store about five miles away. One of my freshwater hoses had started to leak around the fitting, so I wanted to pick up a replacement fitting for it. They had that and all else we needed. We're home now, in His Shortness, aka Shorty and both on our Macs. By the way, if you wish to email Lynnie, her address is email@example.com. I'm sure she'd appreciate a note, especially any comments about the Blog you'd like to share with her.
It's still cloudy and "relatively" cool, about seventy degrees, but enjoyable just to kick back and communicate. See you next time from Crystal Beach near Port Bolivar Texas. Across the bay by ferry... another interesting drive, I'm sure.