Motel 6 Pecos
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... next to the front window. In the glass of that window next to Noah's head were two bullet holes. I asked the owner about it, but she said they had only purchased the place three years ago and it came like that. Yeehaw! We're in Texas.
Before getting to Texas, though, we visited the ...
Pecos, Odessa Tx.
It's been 18 years since our Odessa Tx drama. Now, we are passing through for the first time since that dramatic, yet humorous night back in August of 1995. We had moved to Odessa to oversee a financial investment we had made in the area. The investment went sour; we hated the Odessa area; and just wanted to return home to the Pacific NW. Unfortunately, things weren’t quite that simple and we were unable to do so ...
... I also took a picture of the front grill of the car, that thing is covered with bugs...it looks like a beard.
Not much to see traveling across the Texas desert...abandoned cars, cows, chevy trucks, over the road truckers, refineries, oil pumpjacks and wind turbines. We made it to Pecos TX for the evening. Wanted to go out for dinner for some Texas BBQ but apparently no BBQ places are open ...
We stopped in Pecos, TX which touts itself as the home of the first Rodeo. The countryside is vastly different from the Big Bend country we came from as there are no mountains or hills. This is oil country and everyone around here works for the oil industry it seems. Interesting place and just another short stop along our ...
... rigs drilling for more oil wells. Around Odessa the smell of the raw oil was very strong. Oh how I would love to have one of those smelly things on my KY farm. As we pass Midland, the land begins to look a little better with fields of crops but also with oil wells neatly placed in the fields.
And if you doubt Texas is not looking to the future in energy it is erased as you pass through Abilene and see fields of ...