Friends joined the retreat to the Texas Coast
Wilson shared the news about the haven his family had found with friends--a cousin who lives in Telluride but has business ties in Houston and a longtime friend from high school living in Fort Worth. "We're here indefinately," he told them. "Come on down!"
Soon, both friends had booked their own long-term rental homes at Cinnamon Shore and brought their families there to enjoy a socially distant quarantine on the shore. Chris Hamm and his wife, Bunny, drove down from Colorado, arriving with a Jeep and two dirt bikes in tow. Their college son, Sawyer, and daughter, Bella, and her boyfriend joined them. Then Ryan and Amy Trott drove down from Fort Worth with children, Braden, a high school senior, and Marissa, a high school sophomore, and they brought a bay boat, too "We fished, we played at the beach, we were at Cinnamon Shore," Wilson says. "And we got to spend the past two months together, and that was the most special thing about it."
Bunny Hamm and with her daughter Bella and Bella's boyfriend and the Ryan and Amy Trott's son Braden found themselves enjoying time at Cinamon Shore during the quarantine.