Discussion in 'Cephalopod Journals' started by Nancy, Oct 10, 2004.
I'll be out of town for 4 days starting Monday morning.
See you soon,
Have a good one -- we'll be waiting here for you when you get back! :)
take it easy...we shall talk to you when you get back!!!!
See yah! Have a great trip.
Thanks, everyone (don't leave until tomorrow morning).
I'm going to Galveston on the Texas Gulf coast.
And I'm going to be seeing some squid, cuttlefish and octopuses, too.
(visiting the NRCC again).
See you soon,
Damn I'd like to tag along... Have a nice trip and please, pics and more pics :D
Have a lovely time!
No Fair!!!!! Oooooh, Ooooooh Take me!!! I wasn't abel to get to the TX coast this year, But I guess the trip to Alaska made up for it. I bet you will be bringing back some octo food with you. Are there native TX octos? I don't seem to recall.
Thanks, y'all. I'm back and I had a wonderful time. Found some beautiful goose barnacles on the beach, will be perfect for my tank. And we had a wonderful time!
Yes, there are Texas octopuses: O. vulgaris, O. joubini(a pygmy), O. burryi and more. You don't hear much about Texas octopuses, partially because Texans will barely admit that they have a coast.
Congrats!!!! sounds like a great trip! any pics to make the rest of us jealous???? :D
Yes, there will be pics, just have to reduce the size and such, so be patient!
Us, patient??? :D
Here are a few to give you the flavor of the place, far removed from the Texas plains.
The East Beach is more than a mile wide, at the end of the island and is where large groups go to party. Popular for Spring Break, but pretty well deserted this time of year. Fishing is good off all the jetties and the water quality is quite good.
These are landscape (seascape) photos, which I'm partial to taking. Will post some more on another forum in a day or two.
very nice, one of the pics looks reasonably familiar :)
How pretty! I'm partial to the sunset!!! Need more!!!!! :) What about the NRCC????
Very pretty...you caught the isolation of the beach quite nicely in those...thanks!!!
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