It’s time, everyone. Tomorrow is the last Fixer Upper of the series! But never fear–Magnolia and the Silos (and the Bakery, and now the Magnolia Table!) are here to stay! And if I know one thing about Chip and Jo, I know they are not in the business of slowing down. In honor of this momentous occasion, I thought I’d give you a quick run-down of the very best of Waco from our trip last summer
It’s What I Ate Wednesday, friends! You’ve read about the Silos Baking Co. and the Food Trucks at the Silos, but what about food in the rest of Waco? Find out here!
It’s Flyaway Friday–hooray! So now you’re ready to plan your own trip to Waco. Whether you’re heading to this small Texas town for Baylor University happenings or to see Fixer Upper’s famous power couple’s Magnolia Market for yourself, this is the ultimate guide to planning your trip!
It’s Throwback Thursday, and since I’ve had some people wanting to know more about our stay at the Mailander House, I decided to write a post about our stay to complement our post about the owners’ experience living there! So, my friends, here’s a sneak peek inside Fixer Upper’s Season 1 Mailander House, also known as the Bicycle House!
Chip, Joanna, and their team have really made Waco a destination, particularly with their Silos property–breakfast at the bakery, shopping during the day, lunch at the food trucks, games on the lawn, and even concerts and movies some nights! So what are the food trucks like at the Silos? Take a look!
This Travel Tip Tuesday, I’ve got everything you need to know about your trip to Magnolia Market at the Silos! If you’re planning a trip to Waco and have any interest in Chip and Joanna Gaines or Fixer Upper from HGTV, this is a must-do! And in case you wondered, they really do plant magnolia trees at all their projects!
Why did I choose to visit Waco? My mom wanted to see and shop at the Silos! And once I started watching HGTV’s Fixer Upper featuring the inspirational Chip and Joanna Gaines based in Waco, I wanted to visit to see it all in person! But once we got there, we discovered more and more reasons Waco’s charm has people coming into town in droves. Here are 10 reasons you should consider Waco for your next trip!
After months of anticipation and Fixer Upper research (aka: binge watching), my mom’s birthday trip to Waco, TX, was finally here! We visited the most famous Silos in the world and had so much fun. If you’re thinking of planning your own Fixer Upper getaway, here are some top sites to visit and a few tips to help you make the most of your time in Waco!
This week I’m whisking you off to what may currently be the country’s most famous bakery: The Silos Baking Co. in Waco, Texas! Here’s the scoop on the goodies, the decor, and the experience!
If you’re heading to Waco these days, there’s a good chance the Silos and all things Fixer Upper are on your list. If you’re going to Waco and the Silos to show someone how much you love them and could not care less about those rusty Silos, then this post is for you! Here are 10 things to do in Waco besides Fixer Upper and the Silos.