Travel Blogs from Dripping Springs
... our abode
i have arrived.. i am home... my destination ...
... crunchy slaw. Everything was good, but it's the view I'd go back for.
Only one thing to say. Along about suppertime, find yourself a hill to the end day with. And, if you can't find a hill, at least get some Texas barbecue.
Others on the “10 Best” List are:
4. Sam’s – an institution, late hours, musicians favor after gigs, Stevie Ray ...
... y’all and there’s a subtle but distinctive southern drawl to some people’s speech. There are still strong Texan and Mexican influences here. Tex Mex is the food of choice. I’ve never made the connection before but Tex Mex now obviously stands for Texas Mexican. There is an abundance of good food here, from Mothers, a small, Tex Mexish vegetarian restaurant to Amy’s, an Austin institution selling ice-cream in unusual flavours ...
... played along and took one with me just so not to ruin the surprise. Here's what happened:
The bartender poured a blue shot, then a shot glass of water.
Bartender: "Here's what you do. On the count of three you yell 'Give me the blue! Give me the blue! Give me the blue! and slam your hands on the bar. Then on three yell "Give me the wave! Give me the wave! Give me the wave! You got it?"
On three Dave and I followed directions, albeit less enthusiastically than ...
... decided the Texas experience had to include Ribs. She pulled over in a small place called Columbus, TX and we stopped at the BBQ King. The place was full of Deer and Bears heads etc.
We ordered the 'standard' for this place which was ribs and 3 salad/veg. The food was amazing for only about $9 each.....certainly only 2 of these required a day if living her full time.
The owner of the place even walked around to meet the customers and thank them all ...