Oh Texas Bluebonnets!

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Over the past couple days, I’ve traveled about 700 miles. I’ve had a chance to see a wide range of Texas landscapes, towns, historical locations, met some great people and just had a fantastic overall experience. I’ll be writing all about it in the weeks to come. I can’t wait to share it with all of you.

One of my favorite things to do is drive (if you haven’t caught on already). Take a back road and you may come across something that you wouldn’t typically see. Life gives you surprises and beautiful views everyday, we just have to embrace it. This time of year in Texas, the greenery is absolutely magnificent. The green is starting to come out in the grass and in the trees but my favorite part are the flowers. Wildflowers and bluebonnets (Texas state flower) can be seen alongside the Texas roads throughout the entire state. I saw a ton of people parked on the side of the road on Sunday on the four hour drive home. I even took part at one point near the Enchanted Rock.

Checking this one off my bucket list – “Get my picture taken in Bluebonnets”!

Texas Tuesday link up with Amanda from Princess of the Panhandle and Crystal from Masons Mama. This is a chance for any blogger to participate in a post on the greatness of Texas! There’s so much to explore!

4 thoughts on “Oh Texas Bluebonnets!

  1. Mason's Mama

    I have loved following your trip via Instagram! Looks like you went to some awesome places! I live vicariously through your Texas travels!!! Cute bluebonnet pictures. I haven’t even gotten any of Mason in them this year! I need to hurry before they’re all gone. I can’t wait to hear about Enchanted Rock…that’s on my bucket list!!

    1. Diana, Down Home Traveler

      Hi Crystal! Thanks so much! Texas has so much to offer travel wise. I had a great time on the trip and can’t wait to share it with everyone – there’s so much to write about! I went to Bastrop to the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort and then headed west to Fredericksburg and Luckenbach. It was such a good time. Those bluebonnets seems a little harder to find this year. I was traveling solo this past weekend so I actually used the good ole timer on my camera, haha. Better than nothing! 🙂


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