From the bloggers at RV Wheel Life.
Thousands of folks make their way to this part of the Texas Gulf Coast to catch a glimpse of the amazing Whooping Cranes that spend their winter around the Aransas Wildlife Refuge.
Not too far south of the refuge and about a mile’s bicycle ride north of the Goose Island State Park campground stands one of the largest Coastal Live Oaks in the nation. Known as “The Big Tree,” it is said to be more than 1,000 years old, with a circumference of 35 feet, a crown spread of 90 feet and a height of about 44 feet tall.
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