Port Aransas – early June

We stayed in the upstairs of this 2-story duplex beach house. The bare wood is accented with some very bright colors – part of the inspiration for the oasis. You can see the jet ski at the right in the driveway. The jet ski was our vessel for recovering nautical treasures, now found in the oasis. The beach house was quite old and “grandfathered” in its location – construction is no longer allowed so close to the beach.

From the porch, we could see the ocean across the dune. You could also sit and listen to the lulling sound of waves breaking, and the accompanying caw of seagulls.

I got up at sunrise on our last morning and took some pictures on the beach. The beaches were clean and uncrowded and we had a wonderful experience. Maybe that’s why I’ve tried to capture so much of it in our backyard.

And…the backyard came to fruition by sacrificing the family trip to Hawaii. So… we created our own oasis.

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About Fran Hart

Disciple of Christ, earning a living as the director of US-based operations for a Taiwanese company, managing an engineering organization while carving out time to write. Wife, Mother, Grandmother.
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