My bags are packed, and I’m ready to head out on another road trip adventure.
I was born with the ‘travel gene,’ which is present in many people of my family, and enjoy opportunities to visit new places and experience the food, culture, and of course, the gardens!
We are headed to the Lone Star state. I must confess that other than a 1-hour layover in Austin, I’ve never set foot in Texas. I am looking forward to exploring this grand state, where many of my garden friends live. Unfortunately, there won’t be much going in the garden this time of year, but there will be so much else to explore that I almost don’t mind.
This year’s road trip is unique in that it was initially planned for last spring, but due to unfortunate circumstances, had to be rescheduled. As a result, we have to go in winter, before our airplane ticket credit expires. I must confess that other than a 1-hour layover in Austin, I’ve never set foot in Texas.
For those of you who have followed my blog for a while, you’ve probably read about my other road trip adventures, which usually take place every year when my mother and I travel for 9-10 days, exploring a different region of the country. *If you would like to read about our past road trip experiences, type ‘road trip’ in the search bar on the right and you’ll be able to read about our visits to the Northeast, Midwest, South, Northwest, and California.
I invite you to check in daily with me on Facebook and Instagram, where I will be posting live updates as we travel through the great state of Texas.
*What are your ‘must-see’ destinations in Texas?
Texas Road Trip: Exploring the Green Spaces of the Magnolia Silos