Reflecting on Resilience in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey

by Clarice Brito Salcido on August 21, 2018

Time heals. One year after Mother Nature broke all the laws of meteorology and climatology, unleashing her might on our Gulf Coast, we have healed. That doesn’t mean there are no scars. It simply means that...

#TravelTuesday: 2018 Family Fun Guide to the Texas Gulf Coast

by Jennifer Simonson on May 22, 2018

Summertime is almost on us, which means summer vacation is right around the corner. Texas beaches are among the most popular destinations for family vacations. Yet, while spending hours jumping waves, soaking up the sun...

Five Minutes With Capt. Jeff Johnson, Fly Fishing Guide

by Doug Flatt on May 22, 2018

Jeff Johnson grew up in Montana, on the banks of a blue ribbon trout stream. His interest in fishing quickly became a passion. As he traveled the world, he always had a fly rod along....

#TravelTuesday: The Texas Gulf Coast, Open for Business!

by Doug Flatt on May 15, 2018

We will never forget the images of the pure devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey when it landed on the Texas coast in late August 2017. Texans feared the worst for their favorite stretches of beach....