The 72oz steak at the Big Texan Steak Ranch in Amarillo. I didn’t come close to finishing it, but man was it an experience.
Getting up close and personal with the State Bison herd roaming freely throughout Caprock Canyon State Park. It felt like the Yellowstone of Texas.
Stand at the rim of Palo Duro Canyon and breathe the fresh panhandle air.
That you can SCUBA dive in a 1960’s nuclear missile silo near Abilene.
Having dinner at The Big Texan Steak Ranch in Amarillo. Nothing beats dining on a delicious steak and sipping sweet tea while surrounded by decor reminiscent of the wild wild west.
Palo Duro Canyon should be added to any nature lover’s & Texan’s to do list! Nicknamed “The Grand Canyon of Texas.” Over 30 miles of trails are hidden in the park just waiting for visitors to hike, bike and horse ride. With multiple campsites and stone cabins available to rent, it makes for the perfect overnight getaway.
The RV Museum in Amarillo was such a treat! It houses dozens of RVs dating back to the early 1930s. I’m a bit of a history buff and seeing these perfectly preserved RVs was like taking a step back in time. My favorite was the 1937 pop up tent trailer.