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    South Packery Channel Today

    Just wanted to let you know that if you want to go out to S. Packery in Corpus Christi today, you’ll have fun in the water but you might have a really hard time leaving. After driving down that long road that opens up onto the beach, you find that it just opens up to a one-way path through the sand, lined by cars, and everything else is water. You discover you’re booby trapped at the same moment you realize you can’t escape. There’s no where to turn around and cars are behind you so you can’t backup.

    The best thing to do is try to park somewhere you won’t get stuck. I, however, realized that I was going to be stuck no matter what and there was no way out of it – I had to park in some thick sand and the wind was making it worse. After surfing for a bit and still thinking about how I was going to get out of there, I went back to my truck, played with the 4-wheel drive until it was magically unstuck (4×4 rules) and then had to backup like 2 miles to get out of there.

    The tide is going down but isn’t officially low yet, so it should be getting better this evening. If I was doing it over again I’d just go to Bob Hall.

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