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Mustang Island is a coastal barrier island with a unique and complicated ecosystem, dependent upon sand dunes. Coastal dunes are the product of wind-deposited sand anchored by sparse mats of vegetation. The height of well-vegetated dunes may reach 35 feet, though 15-20 feet is average. The dunes are capable of reducing the destructive might of hurricane-driven waves and protecting bay and mainland areas. In some areas, inland and bayside dunes occur, which are generally smaller but spread over larger areas than the primary beach-side dunes. The vegetation holding the dunes in place is drought-resistant species such as sea oats, beach panic grass, and soilbind morning glory.

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14kt Yellow Rose of Texas Charm

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  • 14kt Yellow Rose of Texas Charm


Originally conceived as a folksong (and love song!) in early Colonial Texas history, the first recorded copy of the Yellow Rose of Texas was handwritten on a piece of plain paper circa 1836. This charm bears the Rose from the famous Texas song and it may not be the state flower but it certainly has a romantic message surrounding it - just read the following lyric from the song!!

There's a yellow rose in Texas, that I am going to see,
No other soldier knows her, no soldier only me
She cryed so when I left her it like to broke my heart,
And if I ever I find her, we nevermore will part.

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