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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 ...
... 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 ...
... the road and the cafe is renowned for great food, especially the home made sweet pies so we decided it was an ideal place to stop for lunch. We shared a small hamburger and a piece of coconut cream pie. Both were fantastic. I told the owner that I would be looking for recipe when I got back to Australia for the pie and he gave me his email address and said for me to contact him when we got back and he would send it! Just as we were leaving the cafe, ...
... This put us on a quick-time crash course to the Texas border, with a few quick photo stops interspersed along the way.
We saw all manner of abandoned heavy industrial equipment from the 40s and 50s, legitimate super-farms, and some hints of the Great Plains. There were Native American communities offering evidence of ongoing cultural re-enfranchisement right next to fast food restaurants and ...
... had painted and tagged them for years. I thought they were cool, but mum and Michael weren't that impressed! We then drive back on Route 66 to the famous Big Texan Steakhouse. It was just as fun as my lonely planet guide had suggested. Bright, loud and meaty, even I the vegetarian had a great time! Of course my food sucked as I literally had a baked potato and cheese sticks to choose from in the 4 page Carnivore menu, but I didn't mind, it was a ...