Discussion in 'South West' started by Slo-Zx2, Jun 12, 2006.
The great State of TEXAS
Bryan/College Station. Red 92 LX
Only little oil spots here. There are some though. Took a picture of one spot that was about 2 feet across and about 8 inches thick.
That sucks. I'll be going to south Texas in 2 weeks.
I wear a size 14 shoe. For some frame of reference.
Man, that makes me mad (oil spilling into our gulf)
I'm in Corsicana (hour south of Dallas)... loved the beach since I was little... hoping to get to Galveston this summer. We'll see if my car is ready first.
Lived near Corpus for 2 months in '08 and worked at the aquarium. LOVED it out there by the water...
im in powell 8 miles east
That's close! Hi neighbor I saw your other post.. so you have a shop?
i went to south padre island at the beginning of august and there was no sign of oil anywhere. the water was great though. the beach was packed.
I'm on extreme southeast Texas, Orange.
Daily driver 98 se 140K
Orange Texas 8)
Austin TX the place to be!
San Antonio, tx - Remember the Alamo!
still in San Antonio.
Houston near the big airport.
Plano but in Dallas daily.
Hello, from Edna, Texas_near Victoria, SW of Houston. It looks like no one has visited this area of the forums in awhile. Are you still in Plano, Texas?
In Mercedes TX in the winters. In Northern VA in the summers.
Are you headed for Texas yet?
Probably will leave here about Nov. 10th-to-12th - reach south TX 4 or 5 days later. We dont care to drive at night much, which limits our daily distance. Of course there are the relatives to visit along the way too, and we both like taking the route down to Port Bolivar and across to Galveston on the ferries, and the 2 lane roads south from there. That amounts to saying we dont enjoying slicing right through Houston on I-10!
I guess you're busy packing for your trip. I prefer to drive in the daylight, too. I think there are more deer crossing the highways right now. I used to go through Galveston to visit my mother in Louisiana. I avoid Houston as much as possible. I, too, enjoy the two-lane roads this way from Galveston. I like stopping at that little store in Rollover Pass. I don't know how true it is, but I heard it's a hassle crossing at Galveston now_Homeland Security(?) is checking everything that gets on the ferry. A few people I spoke to said it took quite some time. Anyway, have a safe journey and lots of fun!
Separate names with a comma.