SURFSIDE BEACH — The annual “Go Topless” gathering of Jeep owners and aficionados kicked off on Brazoria County beaches with a lot of Jeeps and a lot of law enforcement, but a notably lower-key atmosphere than what’s described in tales from the Bolivar Peninsula further north.

“Got a Jeep, first time, so decided to see what it’s all about,” said Galveston resident Kimberly Reyes, who was enjoying the beach with her husband. “I didn’t want to go to Crystal Beach because it looks like a (mess).”

Wes Wolfe is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0152.

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