This week on The Texas Bucket List we reach new heights, refine our palate with some fresh Hawaiian flavor, and take part in a celebration that’s been around since as long as Native tribes can remember.
First we scale all 48 steps of the World’s Smallest Skyscraper in Wichita Falls, and the only thing that leaves us breathless is the view at the top. This skyscraper boasts four floors large enough for an art gallery, a boutique, and a “penthouse,” so you won’t be disappointed by its small stature once you take a look inside!
Then we grab a burger at Ciao Down, and we get to chowing down on the Big Kahuna. You’d better get your grass skirts and leis ready for this burger, because it’s a luau party on your taste buds!
For a little taste of retribution we listen to Morgan Ashley’s “What Goes Around Comes Around,” a country song with some country sass.
Lastly, we attend the Sacred Springs Powwow in San Marcos, where an indigenous people native to Texas began. Most importantly, they continue their legacy to this day by coming together and passing on the traditions to the next generation to keep their culture alive and thriving in the community and the nation alike.