Goose Island’s Harvey Memento
Goose Island State Park is surrounded by water and suburbia. Along the banks facing the intercoastal bridge were two large areas of picnic shelters and two really nice bath houses. Unfortunately, Hurricane Harvey left these areas in what can charitably called disarray–and funds to repair have been slow in coming.
The road has large pits and is very uneven but a few fishermen were out including one with a fishing kayak.
We strolled along the banks of the levee—noticed the jelly fish floating near the shore.
The day was cold and windy–and we quickly retreated to our little cabin—by now we had figured out the optimum arrangement of the small electric heaters.