Friday, May 1, 2009

Surfside Beach, Texas - Postcard Friendship Friday

Surfside, a Texas coastal city offering miles of unspoiled shoreline, coastal marsh, rivers and bays. It is a great place for a retreat such as my sisters and I had a couple of weeks ago. It is laid back and comfortable and is a favorite of beach lovers and bird watchers.

It is only an hour and a half from Houston. Towns named Angleton, Freeport, and Clute will point you in the right direction.

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BeNotForgot said...

Luv that one, Judy. Our family -- inlaws, aunts & uncles, nieces & nephews, et al -- stayed in a condo for a weekend at Surfside a few years back. One of our all-time favorite family gatherings. The place we stayed even managed to survive Hurricane Ike!

Sreisaat said...

Oooh - I love places like that!
It's summer here now and almost everyone's hitting the beach for the sun, sea and sand.

Happy PFF, Judy. Your postcard reminds me of the beautiful beaches of my hometown in the Philippines :)

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Pearl said...

Beautiful postcard!
I Love the Beach and am so glad I live near the Atlantic Ocean... Thanks for sharing, and
Happy May Day!


Marie Reed said...

Everyone is talking about the beach and warm weather..sniff..sniff... I just turned up heater and put on another pair of wool socks! I need to move !

Chandy said...

Wow, that's a lovely card!

I'm curious though, what meme do you have Mr. Linky up for? New to your blog. ;-)

Beth Niquette said...

How Absolutely beautiful!

Happy PFF!

Daryl said...

Pretty ...

Mandala Michelle said...

Hi there! Just feeding your blog :-) Happy PFF.

Aimee said...

I think the shell on this card proves it...everything is bigger in Texas!

Robin said...

Great postcard.....and Surfside sounds like a fun place.
Happy May Day....I hope your day has been beautiful.

Evelyn Yvonne Theriault said...

this reminded me of when I was about 8 years old and my family went on our first trip to the American south. We spent several weeks near Virginia Beach and one of the most memorable moments was when we found a conch shell on the beach. I never even knew such a thing existed and I loved listening to the sound it made when I held it close to my ear.
thanks for the memories,
Evelyn in Montreal

Judith Richards Shubert said...

Hi everyone! I just got back after a weekend away from the computer and have found all of your lovely comments. Thanks so very much! I'm glad so many of you enjoyed this and that it brought back memories.



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