We briefly perused the fruit stand at I-10 and FM563, but decided we would buy from the other stand at High Island, later in the day. We decided to make another stop at the Jackson Cemetery in Anahuac, as there is a geocache there also, called "Thriller" (GC33KBD).
|My bride is a descendant of the Barbers and the Barrows and we found a goodly number of gravestones of a branch of the Barrow family.|
While I searched for the tiny geocache we let the dogs explore and my bride looked for kin folk's grave stones. If you are interested in learning about geocaching, the Baytown area has over 300 "caches" hidden and the number is growing every day. It's a wonderful family and kid-friendly activity and will take you to obscure parks, cemetery's and generally get a person off the couch.
|A branch of the Barrow Family are buried at the Jackson Cemetery in Anahuac, Texas|
|I call my Jeep Wrangler "tha Choppa" as it takes me anywhere I want to go, like a helicopter. "Get to the Choppa!"|
|At the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge, we walked the boardwalk.|
|The 25 mile stretch of road-beach between High Island and Sabine Pass.|
|Just for fun I drove up on a fallen log.|