Galveston’s wharf reminds me of San Francisco’s wharf. We went to see the Elissa, an old masted sail boat with a crew that sails her regularly. They are beautiful, no doubt about it. When we got there, you can pay to board her and walk around.
If you’ve never done it, it’s worth the price, $6 and $8 dollars, senior/ student and adult prices. We visited one in New Bedford, MA. and watched the crew prepare for sail and make a staged water rescue in 2010. I visited a tall ship in Boston Harbor and another in San Francisco, so we passed and just took pictures. The seafood restaurants smelled tempting. We watched a guy unload gunny sacks filled with oysters. It was way to early for us to eat.
Then I saw something I knew would make my youngest son drool. Beautiful Doug Fir, from old growth trees. 6…
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