Saturday, November 1, 2008

Port O'Connor

Keith, Remington and I packed our bags and headed to Port O'connor for three nights this week. Keith had some business that way, so he brought us along for the ride. It is on the bay but seems to attract purely fisherman. It boasts one gas station, no traffic lights, and maybe 5 little restaurants. We had a great time relaxing, walking the pier, and listening to a Book on CD on the drive. Food choices were very slim for me. I ate two grilled cheese, a cheese enchilada, and a four cheese hot pocket. We ended up driving an hour away just so I could eat at a salad bar. The last day we ate at a tiny sub shop. I was incredibly skeptical, but we ended up having the best meal of our stay there!
Thanks for the mini vaca, Keith!

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