Chet heads to West Texas to see some of the most pristine and mysterious cave art in the country. He investigates the legend of Judge Roy Bean, who was known as the "Law West of the Pecos" and then eats a burger of Texas-sized proportions.
Chet drives the "Mother Road" through the Texas panhandle, visiting the iconic people and places that made it famous. He tours a classic car museum and pulls off to explore famous roadside attractions, including a 190-foot cross, a slug bug ranch, and a museum dedicated completely to barbed wire.
Chet explores the Red River Valley and all it has to offer. He visits a leather company that's been making its famous baseball gloves for 75 years, sips some Texas wine grown in the rolling hills, and explores the legends of the cattle drives that had to cross the big, wide river.
Chet heads to the "Cowboy Capital of the World." He eats a chicken-fried steak at a local institution, goes horseback riding in a beautiful state park, cooks his own steak over burning coals, and then finds himself in the middle of a cowboy shoot out.
Chet visits the "Tomato Capital of the World" that's hidden amongst the East Texas pines. He eats some soul food, visits a French-inspired yoga studio, and gets an almost full-body immersion at a local off-road park.
Chet explores both the normal and festival sides of the smallest incorporated town in Texas. He goes junkin' with the famed Junk Gypsies, eats at one of the most famous pie cafes in Texas, and visits a jaw-dropping concert venue.
Chet heads back to "Big Country" to explore the hidden history of female pilots during WW2, eat some BBQ, and hunt for rattlesnakes. He finishes the day at the largest rattlesnake roundup in the country observing local traditions and eating some of his own.