THE TEXAS TRIO: TEXAS BLUEBONNETS / TEXAS PRESIDENTS / TEXAS BBQ
April showers bring May flowers! Isn’t that how the saying goes? It is certainly true in Texas, where the winter rains bring the beautiful wildflowers of spring. Around these parts, bluebonnets begin to bloom each March and reach their peak covering North Texas roadsides and pastures through April, depending on the unpredictable weather patterns also associated with our neck of the woods. It is during this time that many gardeners begin to imagine that sea of blue in their own home landscapes. If you have had that same thought, or maybe even tried to establish your own wildflower meadow with limited success, you might want to join us on the breath-taking adventure. Along with the beautiful Texas Bluebonnets, we will visit the Presidential Libraries of Lyndon B. Johnson (#36), George H. W. Bush (#41), and George W. Bush (#43). We will even enjoy some good Texas BBQ along the way.
Tyler to Austin, TX
We will begin our day departing out of TYLER (TX) at 6:00am. Today’s adventure takes us from Northeast Texas into COLLEGE STATION (TX) before ending our day in AUSTIN (TX). Along the way, we will tour the GEORGE W. H. BUSH PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY & MUESUM. This amazing library and museum, located on the campus of TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY preserves and makes available the records and artifacts of the 41st PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. We end our day in Austin with time to freshen up before a relaxing time at dinner.
HOTEL: Drury Inn (Austin North)
MEALS INCLUDED: Lunch & Dinner