Memorial Day celebrated on the beach, in town


Top left: Rosslynn Gallegos and her father Guadalupe Segura of San Antonio grill beef short ribs and stuffed jalapeño peppers on the beach.

Top left: Rosslynn Gallegos and her father Guadalupe Segura of San Antonio grill beef short ribs and stuffed jalapeño peppers on the beach.

Folks came to Port Aransas to enjoy Memorial Day in a variety of ways. They grilled on the beach, listened to live music, enjoyed the town’s restaurants and shops and remembered those who died for our freedoms.

Top right: Folks enjoy listening to the Dunebillies on Sunday night, May 30, in the back yard of the Gaff.

Top right: Folks enjoy listening to the Dunebillies on Sunday night, May 30, in the back yard of the Gaff.

Bottom right: Virginia’s on the Bay drew a crowd for open-air dining.

Bottom right: Virginia’s on the Bay drew a crowd for open-air dining.

Above, center: Three generations of shoppers look over merchandise at Lone Star Taste. They are, from left, grandmother Penny Crocker, granddaughter Gianna Ureste and mother Holly Ureste of San Antonio.

Above, center: Three generations of shoppers look over merchandise at Lone Star Taste. They are, from left, grandmother Penny Crocker, granddaughter Gianna Ureste and mother Holly Ureste of San Antonio.

Bottom left: The reason for the holiday is remembered with these flags and a sculpture of a kneeling soldier.

Bottom left: The reason for the holiday is remembered with these flags and a sculpture of a kneeling soldier.

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