Welcome to Places to visit in Texas
Hello Fellow Aviators, we present to you Bario´s own list of places to go in Texas where our students, renters and clubmembers share their flying experiences through pictures. We will be uploading and sharing cool places to create a list of spots where aviators can go relax, enjoy and spend good times with family and friends.
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“Watching fireworks from the balcony in the Hangar Hotel, with 6623Z in the foreground wit 2 Navions and reflections from an earlier rain.” – WB
“The other one is of a rainbow – it was a full 180 degrees – one shows that, the other shows the plane, the front of the Hangar Hotel and the Airport diner from the Tarmac.” – WB
“Charleen and I had a blast – skirted a thunderstorm on the way up and flew IFR on the way back.” – Walter Burghardt
The food at “The Bomb BBQ” was the best I’ve eaten in Texas. Hands down. Open until 8pm Tuesday thru Friday and from 11:00 to 5:30pm on Saturday. (By Club Member: Robert Howard)
Walt Burghardt & Mike Bauer flew to Junction/Kimble County (KJCT) for lunch. Cooper’s BBQ is walking distance from the airport (NO Courtesy Car right now), but Dallas, the Airport Manager, A&P, EMS (and more) was kind enough to drive us a bit further to Lum’s for some REALLY good BBQ!
It pays to have a friend in Devine! Walt flew down to Devine (23R) to visit Cyle Richard and survey Cyle’s new house from the air – Walt & Cyle had some awesome burgers at Hangry’s on Hwy 173 – about 5 minutes from the airport