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February, 2014  // Posts published in February, 2014

21 Feb Chief's Column, GIBP News | Comments Off on Institutional Memory

Institutional Memory

Institutional Memory

Galveston city and county have a history of resilience. Despite our mercurial weather and politics we somehow manage to pull together when we need to. Many of those of us living here now have ancestors that rebuilt the city after the 1900 storm and erected the physical embodiment of that resilience and willingness to take […]

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17 Feb Chief's Column, GIBP News | Comments Off on Phosphorescence

Phosphorescence

Phosphorescence

The lack of moon and heavy fog made the night darker than normal. The wind was calm and the water was like glass. As the stand-up paddler’s board cut through the frigid water, it left a glowing trail of phosphorescence behind. A wave broke ahead and sent a yellow/green light pulsing into the night. Nowhere […]

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07 Feb Chief's Column, GIBP News | Comments Off on White Pillars

White Pillars

White Pillars

The family of five showed up at the lakeside park in north Texas on Christmas Eve. Camping over Christmas was a long standing tradition and, as the kids were getting older, they were able to take longer hikes. They followed a trail that ran around the lake. The youngest daughter was seven years old and […]

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03 Feb Uncategorized | Comments Off on We Appreciate Your Patience

We Appreciate Your Patience

We Appreciate Your Patience

We are having to completely review/rebuild the website for the past few months.  We appreciate your patience as we bring content back online and manage glitches. Stay tuned for further updates.

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