We started this week with our eyes to the sky and end it concerned with an unwanted visitor approaching by sea.

On Monday, most of Brazoria County sent our kids off to school and strained through special glasses to get a glimpse of the first solar eclipse in 38 years.

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Glt

I might've stayed if tide surge wasn't the key problem out here after where the lil winder might hit! But I'll never stay again near the coast. So just bec it's a cat one now, see how Harvey misbehaved and hung around. 70+mph winds in Victoria were too loud for comfort!

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