New York's latest idea is called Path Through History and from what I'm told, follows the thruway some how? I'm not sure. They have a nice website and all but there is only one thing about my area on it---surprise, surprise. They included the William Pryor Letchworth Museum listed under the "Natural History" section but nothing about the park itself. THAT is the attraction as you can see by all these Google images of Letchworth State Park.
So that's how we do it in New York. We seem very focused on the east half of the state. In Texas, it's a whole different story. They seem to know how to highlight everything they have and pull it all together. A very proud people those Texans!
Over the next few days I will be posting about my trip which will be a smattering of cool sites, bats, trailer parks, food, and Dr. Seuss. Odd combo right? Something for everyone. Here is a photo of each topic.
The Driskill Hotel- Allegedly the most haunted place in Texas.
Okay, this is not what we think of in New York when we hear the term "trailer park". It falls under food but so deserves a separate post of its own.
Doesn't this look yummy? It's Chicken Fried Steak.
He didn't just do kid's books folks!
I'll be going in to detail on all these wonderful places over the next few days so stop back and see! And just for fun, a video of my son's cats chasing a Palmetto bug. He was almost as funny as they were. Starring Stinky, Alexander, and Calliope (in a supporting role). Guest starring Nicholas Ruggiero as the human.
(This is post #18 in the Ultimate Blog Challenge.)