Welcome to our Texas page! Okay… so Texas offers a bit more than big huge scary spiders.. they have big huge scary snakes too! Texas surely isn’t for sissies! The saying, “Everything’s bigger in Texas” is so so true. Texas is huge, hot, and dry… but there’s always a way to have a good time!
- When we were at the bat viewing at Carlsbad Caverns National Park, the ranger asked the question, “How many of you are here from the balloon festival in Albuquerque?” After more than half the people in the amphitheater raised their hands, we decided we had to find out what this balloon festival was. We looked Read more about Sporadic Trip to The World’s Largest Balloon Festival and El Paso, Texas[…]Read More »
- We left Emily and Dylan’s and had about a four-hour drive to Big Bend National Park. Big Bend is located right on the border of Mexico and Texas, on the little hook that is on the southwest part of the state. The entrance that our maps were showing as the only one looked like we Read more about Big Bend NP[…]Read More »
- We drove and drove and drove for 11 hours total on Friday, October 3rd. We straight shot it from New Orleans to San Antonio, Texas. We stopped in San Antonio for dinner at Sushi Zushi, one of the best sushi places we have been to, for Jason’s birthday dinner. We had spicy edamame, tempura veggies, Read more about Del Rio, Texas[…]Read More »