Mrs. Ulcer LOVES her vacations. We usually take 2 a year and drop a ton of money for a week in some exotic tropical local. I hate the beach. What's more, having traveled all over the world for the last 20+ years, I couldn't give a shit less about vacations. This year, with me being out of work, we had to settle for something much less extravagant and headed south for a 4 day weekend in a Texas beach house. To make matters even more exciting, Mrs. Ulcer chose the weekend when we have received the most rain in a decade.
Making the best of the situation I decided to do some googling and maybe hit some sites while I was down here. As luck would have it, my parents came down to share in the rainy day fun (OMG KILL ME!). While rolling a fatty driving down the road the old man discovered a geodesic house that has partially collapsed not far from the rental. So, after a hearty breakfast of Mexican migas and bloody mary's he drove my son and I to the location:
To get to the house, you had to pull into the driveway of an already occupied rental and then hike through a waist deep, mosquito infested "moat":
Once in, the place was fairly unique, 2 bedroom, 2 bath house that was probably pretty cool back in the day. The fact that the house was tilted about 20 degrees made walking around and taking photos a bit disorienting but overall a pretty unique find. Enjoy!