TEXAS trippytripish TRIP!
By Patrick Parker (Toungtwisting isn't it?)
There is also a bunch of great restaurants there. one place I'd go is Franklins BBQ because they have the best BBQ in the world, according to "man V.S. food." This is a great cultural place because you can't get more texas than BBQ.
My dad told me about this cool place called the oasis on lake Travis. Its a restaurant by a very pretty lake. The OASIS started as an idea Beau Theriot had for a great restaurant on a hill. Back in 1979, Beau decided to buy a beautiful 500 acre plot of land, which contained only a ranch house on it, along the shoreline of Lake Travis. hten he transformed it into a resurant.
Fredericksburg- I'd go to Fredericksburg because it would be very fun to pretend your in Germany for a day. I would love all the buildings and history there. I'd eat German food, and just sort of walk around. The other thing I'd see while I'm there is this amazingly huge granite rock, the native Americans nicknamed it 'The enchanted rock'. A historical site would be to look at all the architecture because of all the Germans who immigrated to Texas in the mid 1800s.
Annie Riggs Memorial Museum. This is a place where you can look at the rich history of Fort Stockton and Texas in General. Housed in an original adobe structure with territorial architecture built at the turn of the 20th century, the Annie Riggs Memorial Museum was originally a hotel and boarding house run by a frontier woman of the same name, the museum is still in the house. Another place I'd go is Big Bend national park. The reason why is because it reminds me of old cowboy movies. It gives you that real "wild west" vibe. I'd also go to the infamous B's diner. My dad loves cooking, but especially burgers. He has had So many burgers, he's probably had almost all of the Famous hamburgers in america. But, the best out of all was the B's diner burger.