Episode 82 – San Antonio Food & Missions

Episode 82 – San Antonio Food & Missions

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On this episode of RV Miles, we recap our time in San Antonio, including all the larger-than-life food options and the numerous historical missions. We also discuss a listener question about campsite length, snow in Joshua Tree and the big campaign coming your way from Go RVing.


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Show Notes

In the news we talked about the big “Kick Off to Camping Season” campaign coming from Go RVing and the RV Industry Association. RV Camping is going to be all over TV, magazines, and the internet this spring. Read all about it here.

We also talked about the wild snow storms hitting the southwest, and the striking video of a blanket of snow covering the desert-climate Joshua Tree National Park:

A listener question asked about site length. We put together a video a couple months ago showing how site lengths are measured and how we often fit our 37′ bus into spaces listed much smaller:

And Roadtrippers gave us an update on the changes coming to their platform. You can get their “Plus” membership with code 5RVMILES2019 at https://roadtrippers.com/plusv4.


Our main topic for the week was our time in San Antonio, Texas, where we’ve been able to eat some great food and visit interesting historical sites.

We had some excellent texas smoked meat at Old 300 BBQ in Blanco, Texas. The “Willie Nelson” was a heck of a sandwich!

We enjoyed a massive pizza and calzone at Big Lou’s in San Antonio:

…and a giant 3lb cinnamon roll at Lulu’s Bakery & Cafe:

Then we covered our time at the Alamo and the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. A do-not-miss!

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About author

Jason Epperson

Jason travels the country full-time with his wife Abigail, and three children in a converted school bus.

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