Spring Breakers eat, drink, make merry


Upper left: Revelers dance on Friday, March 18, at

Revelers dance on Friday, March 18, at

They hit the beach, they packed restaurants and they shopped.

Spring Breakers enjoyed it all in Port Aransas these past couple of weeks. Marker 32, the most party-prone part of the beach during Spring Break. Most of the beach was less boisterous.

Upper right: Diners fill Trout Street Bar and Grill on Friday. March 18.

Diners fill Trout Street Bar and Grill on Friday. March 18.

Middle left: Cashier Caroline Jozwiak helps customers on Saturday, March 19, at Destinations Beach & Surf. Making purchases are, front row, from left, Elsa Perez of San Antonio, Elodia Saucedo, Jaylynn Rosas (behind Saucedo) and Joan Saucedo, all of Plainview; and, back row, from left, brothers Bobby and Marshall Holland and their father, Robert Holland, all of Austin.

Cashier Caroline Jozwiak helps customers on Saturday, March 19, at Destinations Beach & Surf. Making purchases are, front row, from left, Elsa Perez of San Antonio, Elodia Saucedo, Jaylynn Rosas (behind Saucedo) and Joan Saucedo, all of Plainview; and, back row, from left, brothers Bobby and Marshall Holland and their father, Robert Holland, all of Austin.

Center: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department game warden Ben Jenkins watches the party at Marker 32. Game wardens were helping police keep order.

 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department game warden Ben Jenkins watches the party at Marker 32. Game wardens were helping police keep order.

Middle right: Cardboard beer packaging becomes a fashion accessory near Marker 34 on the beach on Wednesday, March 16.

Above: Traffic backs up on State Highway 361 at Cut-off Road on Monday, March 14.

Traffic backs up on State Highway 361 at Cut-off Road on Monday, March 14.

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