Hueco Tanks Historic Site

The road to Hueco Tanks! For 10,000 years, Hueco (“whey-coes”) Tanks has provided water, food and shelter to natives and travelers in the Chihuahuan Desert.  The Paleoindian hunters, Kiowa, Mescalero Apache, Comanche, Tigua, Jornada Mogollon and the people of Isleta del Norte Pueblo all inhabited the area and considered it a sacred, life-giving oasis! We stayed at the campground … More Hueco Tanks Historic Site

“The Worlds Largest Spring-fed Swimming Pool”

Balmorhea State Park in the awesome state of Texas is home to, “The worlds largest spring-fed swimming pool”!  More than 15 million gallons of water flows through the pool each day, gushing from the crystal clear waters of the  San Solomon Springs. The pool is up to 25 feet deep, covers 1.3 acres, and holds 3.5 … More “The Worlds Largest Spring-fed Swimming Pool”

Houston & Galveston

“The most diverse city in Texas” – Houston In the 19th century “The Wall Street of the Southwest” – Galveston We stayed at Eastlake RV Resort, it’s a very clean, well maintained, comfortable resort.   Houston is home to ” Texas Medical Center—the world’s largest concentration of healthcare and research institutions”.  Houston is a big … More Houston & Galveston

Austin, TX

Cool, Progressive, Inviting, Engaging, Hip, Delicious, Vibrant, Inspiring – Austin,TX We stayed at Austin Lone Star RV Resort, it is a popular resort with nice amenities and very nice and helpful staff.  The sites are comfortably spaced and well maintained. We checked out Zilker Park, it’s a huge park where they host “South by Southwest“! … More Austin, TX

Alpine, TX

We made a short stop in the small town of Alpine, TX on our way to Big Bend National Park.  We went to a small community farmers market where we found homemade pickles (okra and sun chokes ), sweet potato quesadillas, fresh pea vines, quiches, tamales, fresh pecans, meyer lemon cream puffs, foccacia pizza, korean … More Alpine, TX