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RV Wheel Life: RV snowbirds wheeling south, part 4

From the bloggers at RV Wheel Life.

This is the 4th post of a 5-part series on RV Snowbirding.

The barrier islands off the central Texas coast that shelter Aransas Bay and the laid-back bayside communities of Rockport-Fulton also protect the coastal wetlands that attract hundreds of thousands of migrating birds including the endangered Whooping cranes.

“Rockport is not a big tourist area,” said RVer and potter Lizlie Finet where she and her husband, Brian Nelson, wintered for years.

“We stayed in a funky old RV park that has been around forever,” Finet said. “There are no big high-rises or condos blocking the view. It’s basically just little art galleries, crab shacks, fishing boats and a quaint harbor. It is very scenic, peaceful and clean.”

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