La Casita Del Sol
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... by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930's. We have experienced some amazing work developed by the CCC from that era.
Cadillac Ranch, Amarillo, Texas. Our final site to visit while in Amarillo was the Cadillac Ranch, a funky public art exhibit that was completed by two architects and one artist in 1974. There are 10 vintage Cadillac vehicles buried face down in the dirt, with at least one to two inches of spray ...
... already too late to really check in to some place, go out and find some Memphis BBQ and whatever, and I was too tired from the road to go out and do much. I would like to go back some day I suppose, but I found my way back out of the city and got back on the Interstate.
I pulled in at a Comfort Suites some miles out of town, in Germantown. It worked out great because they have a laundry and I was getting low on clean socks.
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... Before we knew it we were on the other side of town and back amongst rolling hills of nothing. The next feature of the route was upon us before long and this was the Cadillac Ranch. We stopped at the souvenir shop that has a large cowboy statue out the front with three restored cadillac's on ramps head-down out the front. We looked around the shop and just left with directions to the ranch - ".. turn right and about a quarter mile up the road when you ...
... we heard the news about the accident at the balloon fiesta – a balloon hit an electrical line and the people in the balloon were burned. Again, we don’t know the status of the people in the balloon.
Our hearts and prayers go out to all those impacted by these tragedies.
These tragedies reminded us that life can change at any second and to drink in the wonders of life while we ...
... firmly planted into the Texas soil. It was both a horrific example of industrial waste and artistic inspiration--the photos were worth it.
When we arrived at our hotel, it was clear that our night would be totally different from our earlier nights--The Big Texan Steakhouse Ranch was our compound: a full casino, boardwalk, brewery, shooting range, labyrynth, and a one-man band by the name of ...