Bandera, Texas, this wide spot in the road, is worthy of an RV Short Stop


BanderaTX_BBQ_outside_JulianneGCraneIt goes without saying that if you’re traveling through Texas, anywhere in Texas, you have to tie into the local bar-b-que. That’s exactly what we did when we passed through Bandera, the self-proclaimed “Cowboy Capital of the World.”

We arrived in Bandera on a warm afternoon and we were starved after a meandering tour through the Hill Country. Driving along Main Street with the windows rolled down, we were enticed by the heavy mouth-watering aroma bellowing from Busbee’s Bar-B-Que. We were hooked.

BanderaTX_BBQ_JimmySmith_JulianneGCraneWe ordered a plate of Beef Ribs and Chopped Brisket. The prices are within normal range and the atmosphere features a folksy ranch-western decor. After our belly-filling late lunch, we walked around this tourist-friendly town that is a favorite destination of weekend motorcycle tours and winter RVers.

To read more about what’s available in this great-little RV Short Stop of  Bandera, Tex., Click HERE.

Photos: (Top) Busbee’s Bar-B-Que on Main Street in Bandera, Texas. (Bottom) RVer Jimmy Smith getting his mouth around some bar-b-qued ribs. (Julianne G. Crane)

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