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Pyrotek40

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  1. Yes "clearer" is the word, I grew up in Seabrook, still live in Seabrook and the old timers have said that oyster reefs changed after the first dredging of the Houston ship channel, Houston ship channel had a very narrow width so ships did what my boss called "the Texas Chicken" when passing each other.. I worked at Henry's Seafood on the point as a kid late 70's and early '80's.. everyone thinks the water was polluted by industrial traffic but it wasn't its brown from silting
  2. The Picadilly Cafeteria was at Almeda Mall off of I-45 South Houston
  3. The Galvez Mall was where my sisters and cousins watched "Jaws" for the very first time the weekend it premiered, then we went to the beach and walked around asking each other "well you going swimming" and "you first" for a few hours before walking back to my Grandmothers apt at Fort Crockett apartments.. eating at Wyatts and playing games at Aladdins Castle are great memories.. At is downfall the homeless in Galveston took up residence inside, my friend on Galveston PD would have to clear out the mall, I remember the last store on the property was the tire shop the name of it has left me but about that time I got to walk through the mall with my cop friend. The condition of the place was awful and that's the last memory I have of the Galvez Mall
  4. Alfies fish and chips is still alive and well in Texas City on Palmer Hwy just before the dike! We ate at that on after the one on broadway in Galveston closed down.
  5. Alfies fish and chips is still alive and well in Texas City on Palmer Hwy just before the dike! We ate at that on after the one on broadway in Galveston closed down.
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