Down a winding country road lined with blue bonnets and oil rigs in tiny Lexington, Texas is Snow’s BBQ, which has been ranked the best BBQ in Texas several times over the last few years. It’s only open for a few hours on Saturday and usually sells out of meat before noon so we hit the road early. We pulled up and could hear the cow’s mooing next door. (Not creepy at all). Not a meat aficionado myself, the boys ordered and chowed down. Even though the building and accouterments are pretty simple (to put it mildly), the brisket is not. Jed was still feeling the effects of a Big Red Margarita the night before, however, Snow’s cured all.
Other cool things about Texas. 75 mph speed limit, breakfast tacos and amusing bathroom graffiti.
4/7/2014 01:27:03 am
Thanks for the great update. I expect you will both be doing the Texas two step by the time you get east. Safe to ravels. Looks like your getting some heavy rain.
4/7/2014 10:17:49 am
I am loving ur blog a although not thrilled to hear about the shootings nearby u in Little Rock :-(. Stay safe and enjoy!! XO
4/15/2014 05:48:55 am
You should go to Ethiopia. And see the rock-hewn churches.
4/28/2014 05:26:14 am
Catching up on the blog - I want to hear more about that Badgers game that shall never be spoken of again.
5/2/2014 09:04:12 am
So, I see that you are hating on Imo's pizza. You are wrong. Oh so very wrong.
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