Baton Rouge, LA ~
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Vaughn, NM ~
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Corsicana, TX ~
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Colorado City, TX ~ Baker Hotel, originally Hotel Colorado, was built in 1927. Present day Colorado City is a small town, with a lot of charm and history. This hotel is a much smaller version of the famous Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells, TX.
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Williams, AZ ~
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Post, TX ~ Post is a small town about 45 minutes away from Lubbock, TX. This was often a stopping point on our way out of town. There is a really good (in a bad way) burger stand on the north side of town. They served all of the goodies I remember buying at the snack bar in high school – burritos, cheese fries, ice cream, and, of course, a texas size greasy cheeseburger. These pictures were taken on a […]