Famous national landmarks aren't to be messed with, and if you get too close to them, in some cases you can get a ticket. I'll tell you what one man did at a place I visited this summer, so you don't make the same bonehead mistake.
If you feel like you're constantly on the go with very little downtime, you must be a Texan. When it's broken down state-by-state, Texas is in the top ten for hours worked. And we're not very good at vacationing.
Long road trips give ya plenty of time to think, and if you're ten years old, road trips make you blurt out solutions to seemingly impossible questions. My daughter may have been lulled into a car coma by road noise and cloudy skies, but during the sixth hour of the road trip, she had a great point in the chicken-or-the-egg debate.
If you visit a great food city, do you eat several lunches and dinners each day just to make sure you try all the best restaurants? Most people do. No wonder we pack on the pounds on vacation! But this is good news for Lufkin and Nacogdoches restaurants
If our highs in the 50s and 60s this week are just too warm for ya, you could always book a getaway to to the world famous North Pole and immerse yourself in some ice, snow, and the single digits for awhile. Airbnb has some cabins for rent, and they'll cost you between $129 and $300 per night.
Texans don't quit going to the beach just because it gets a little chilly. And since we're this far south, we've got some great beaches with year-round activities that are just a short drive away. The winter road trip will be on, and now is the time to plan it.