Americas Best Value Inn & Suites- Amarillo Airport
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... Shortly after Texola it crosses the state line in to Texas, where we drove by mostly open plaines, ranches and ghost towns, with very few signs of business life and homes spread miles apart from each other. Passing by towns in Texas; Shamrock - a town with many roadsides business gone & empty dilapidated buildings McLean - Devil's rope museum, stopped just round the corner at Red River steakhouse for dinner. A western rodeo house, with old ...
... 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 ...
... games like trying to throw a lead sinker attached to a piece of rope through a hole in the wall from 10 feet, then onto the gift shop where all the usual stuff abounds, t shirts, key rings, etc...oh...and a live rattlesnake in a box....just what everyone needs! Also a couple of stuffed grizzly's to have a pic with.
Time for another drink and its Snappers shout, so I'm presented with a schooner ...
... bugs. We seek out a place we have seen in the Route 66 App - the Bug Ranch. It is a play off the Cadillac Ranch we will reach later today. Here though - there are 5 VW Volkswagen Beetles with their bonnets buried in the ground and covered in graffiti. It is located at an abandoned gas station. We had a walk around and cursed not remembering to buy a can a spray paint. My stomach was crying out for food so we stopped at the next service station ...
... the photo opportunities of renovated service stations.
We visited the Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, which was some ones idea of sticking around half a dozen old Cadillac's upright into the ground (bonnets upwards) in a row, all of them with some form of art decoration painted on, a popular stopping point for Cadillac lovers.
Stopping in the town of McLean we came across a museum named the "The ...