Tall Ship Elissa Sailing
Wind blowing my hair
Back of the postcard reads:
THE AGE OF SAIL RETURNS TO GALVESTON
Galveston, Texas was the leading port of the
Southwest and a major trade center during the
Golden Age of Sail. Now that era has returned with
the restoration of the sailing ship ELISSA, whose
masts tower over the historic city's famous port.
Rescued from a Greek scrapyard after nearly 100
years at sea, ELISSA was restored by the Galveston
Historical Foundation and is now open for public
tours seven days a week.
Photo by David Cannght
A big thank you to our hostesses:
The humidity is back and the feels like temperatures are 105 or greater.
Time to hibernate!
Have a lovely, cool, weekend!
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