Tag Archives: Texas

Cadillac Ranch – Amarillo, Texas

Visiting Cadillac Ranch was cool. It’s iconic — a symbol for road trips and America — and a constantly changing art installation that you are encouraged to leave your mark on. We saw it on a beautiful, blue-sky day with … Continue reading

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Caverns of Sonora

The Caverns of Sonora is on the Excel-file list of thing of interest that I cultivated for months before we left NYC. Everything is sortable by state and categorized by type of destination, such as park, attraction, food, famous home, … Continue reading

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Dude!

We spent Thursday night at a very nice RV park in Fredericksburg, TX and woke up today refreshed and ready to be dudes at a ranch about a half hour away. The day started out overcast with some light rain … Continue reading

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Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park

Lyndon Baines Johnson was born on August 27, 1908 in Stonewall, TX and went on to become the 36th President of the United States. So when we entered the nearby town of Johnson City yesterday, where Johnson attended high school, … Continue reading

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Awesome Austin

You may have wondered what happened to us for the past few days. Our Facebook followers last heard from us as we entered Texas, after that, radio silence. The good news is that we were having too much fun in … Continue reading

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