In this Travel Tuesdays episode, join us as we finish RV repairs in Dallas Texas, travel to Austin Texas and a sustainable winery in Tyler Texas and then wait out winter weather before finally hitting the road on our big adventure.
From this episode:
Restaurant: Hannah’s, Denton TX
Restaurant: The Bowllery, Denton TX
Restaurant: Mi Dia From Scratch, Grapevine TX
Restaurant: Modmarket, Flower Mound TX
Restaurant: Whiskey Cake, Plano TX
Austin RV Park: Oak Forest RV Park
Restaurant: G’raj Mahal, Austin TX
Restaurant: The Salty Sow, Austin TX
Nature Park: Hike with peacocks at Mayfield Park, Austin TX
Store: Whole Foods flagship store Austin TX
Restaurant: 24Diner Austin TX
Product: Buddha’s Brew Kombucha (I love pineapple supergreens!)
Restaurant: The Steeping Room tea and food, Austin TX
Restaurant: Fresa’s Chicken, Austin TX
Restaurant: Odd Duck, Austin TX
Restaurant: Lick Ice Cream, Austin TX
Restaurant: Franklin BBQ, Austin TX
Bar: Clive Bar, Austin TX
Website: Food Renegade
Tyler RV Park: KE Bushmans Camp, Bullard TX
Winery: Kiepersol Estates Winery and Distillery, Tyler TX
Restaurant: Kiepersol Restaurant Tyler TX
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