This past weekend, we made a quick trip to Texas to visit David's mom's family, including a cousin visiting from Alaska. On the way, we made a couple of fun stops. First, to my cousin's new antique store in Anna. Sadly, I didn't take any pictures, but it was in a neat new-but-looks-old building and she had everything fixed up and displayed so cute!
After that stop, we headed on down the road and stopped again in Waco at Magnolia Market at the Silos. We were there about an hour and a half before closing time, so we thought the crowds might be gone. We were wrong - the store was still very busy and the line for the bakery was long.
It was plenty of time for us to look around at the store, the garden and seed store, and see what the food trucks had to offer.
We think we were the only people who left without a big bag of purchases. ;)
After some time poking around Salado and exploring the stores and flea markets, we headed out to David's grandparent's farm, which is now owned by one of his cousins.
The next morning, we decided that it would be a shame to be only about 45 minutes from our favorite donuts and not take a small detour to have some. So we headed off to Round Rock Bakery before turning north and heading home.