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by Vanilla Sugar
May 19, 2009
September 9, 2006
From journal Labor Day in Amarillo
Los Angeles, California
August 20, 2006
If you go I highly suggest that you take spray paint or some kind of permanent marker so that you can add your own graffiti to the cars. Don’t worry about getting in trouble it is encouraged. Every so often the cars are repainted by rock stars that want to use the cars as a backdrop for their music video or by a charity.
From journal The Yellow Rose of Texas
by Kellie R.
April 29, 2006
From journal Taking Texas by the Handle
January 31, 2003
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While in Amarillo be sure to visit Palo Duro Canyon, "The Grand Canyon of Texas"! The park is located about 12 miles east of Canyon on State Highway 217. From Amarillo, take Interstate 27 south to State Highway 217, and go east 8 miles.
Palo Duro Canyon State Park
11450 Park Road 5
Canyon, TX 79015
Texas State Parks
From journal Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo Texas
Overland Park, Kansas
September 8, 2000
The Cadillac Ranch was created in 1974 by the San Francisco-based Ant Farm artists' and architects' collective. Amarillo helium millionare Stanley Marsh III was the patron for the project, donating the land upon which it sat until 1997 when the Ranch was moved two miles because of Amarillo's expanding city limits.
The artists allow for creative expression and participation with their art and suggest bringing cans of spray paint to leave your own message.
If you don't stop, at least look to your left while heading west out of town. That's east if you're heading into town.
To get there is a little tricky. When you're in town, drive west on I-40 for about six miles. Then exit off of the highway and get on the frontage road that heads back into town. You'll be able to park your car and get a closer look.
Pictures are coming soon!
From journal Become a Texan in Amarillo