Refugio to Corpus Christi Timestamps:

00:00 Refugio, Texas on US 77
01:21 The Refugio Fire Department is on the right
01:32 The Refugio Chamber of Commerce is on the right
03:29 Left on Empresario Street / TX 774
03:41 Refugio County Courthouse is on the left
03:58 The Refugio Post Office is on the left
04:33 Leaving Refugio, Texas
04:53 Going over Dry Creek
05:41 Right on TX 2678 South towards Corpus Christi
13:09 Going over Mission River
14:14 Joining TX 136 South
17:55 Entering Bayside, Texas
18:06 The Bayside Post Office is on the left
20:18 Leaving Bayside, Texas
20:29 Bridge over Copano Bay
20:50 Crossing Egery Island, Texas in Aransas County
23:14 Entering San Patricio County, Texas
31:07 Right onto TX 35 South to Corpus Christi
31:45 Entering Gregory, Texas
31:56 Merging with US 181 South
33:05 Entering Portland, Texas
36:54 Nueces Bay is on the right, Sunset Lake is on the left
38:56 Corpus Christi Bay is on the left, Nueces Bay is on the right
43:03 Going over Harbor Bridge
43:17 The Port of Corpus Christi is on the right below the bridge
43:42 You can see Downtown Corpus Christi on the horizon
44:49 Arriving at Downtown Corpus Christi
47:39 Stopping at Nueces County Courthouse

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