As I was organizing some photos from last week’s visit to Port Aransas, I began thinking of how I prepared for our long days by the water and exploring around town. I had packed a large tote bag for the day and was prepared with everything the kids and I needed, including all the beach necessities. With a little forethought and prep, I felt super prepared with our beach bag packing situation, so I want to share a few of my favorite items that I love to take with me to the beach. Hopefully this will help you prepare your ‘I’ve-got-everything-we-need’ bag for the next day on the sand.
National Sunscreen Day is May 27th and is the perfect day to replenish your supply of sunscreen for the summer. Also known as “Don’t Fry Day”, this is a great day to take inventory of your sunscreen sprays, lotions and sticks and to remind your family of the right way to wear sun protection.
There’s truly no replacement for exploring the beauty of Port Aransas in real life, in real-time, but it’s possible to get a glimpse of this little slice of heaven from wherever you call home.
A day on the sand just isn’t complete without a jammin’ playlist that gives off good vibes from the early morning to late afternoon. The only thing missing is a some good beach music.
In light of these uncertain times, I think it’s safe to say we’re all seeking ways to create some space. For some, it may be difficult to maintain some distance between family and friends at home, but in Port Aransas, the possibilities are many. Now is a great time to get out and explore to get some space in Port Aransas. As of today, there are local recommendations to avoid …
To ensure that your Spring Break getaway to Port Aransas is more family fun than frustration, I’ve got a few pieces of advice on how to make the most of your Spring Break week in Port Aransas.