Texas Coastal Geology

Richard L. Watson, Ph.D.

P.O. Box 1040 Port Aransas, TX 78373
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Click here for the very first edition of the South Jetty Newspaper in June 1971

Click here for a new page of aerial photos of inlets on Florida's west coast!

Click here to see many photos of Port Aransas events

Four tall ships, (from left to right) Capitan Miranda of Uruguay, Eagle of the USA, Cuauhtemoc of Mexico and Esmeralda from Chile came throuth the jetties at Port Aransas to dock at Ingleside for July 4, 2010.  

Click on the following two links for photos of Cuahtemoc and Esmeralda.

Click here for photos of the Mexican sail training ship Cuauhtemoc.

Click here for photos of the Chilean sail training ship Esmeralda, the second largest sailing ship in the world.

Click here to see boats that have been in our lives

Click here to read about sailing through the eye of tropical storm Dottie aboard the sloop Viking pictured above.

Click here for Historical Photos of Port Aransas and Port Aransans