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dancing with architecture: llano, mason, menard, eldorado, and fort stockton texas

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 14, 2017 01:07 AM
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by bubba of the bubbles (noreply@blogger.com) last modified May 13, 2017



 

 


My mom, sister, and her main squeeze flew out from South Carolina to Midland-Odessa to meet me out in Alpine, Texas, for Thanksgivings this past November. The bride flew out later to El Paso to get picked up by her mom and brother coming down from Socorro, New Mexico. I drove out to meet mom and sis and took the long way through some small Texas towns. Saw some ole-time architecture; sought out the local cinemas, generally art deco; and chatted up some nice locals (they come out when they see you in the middle of the street taking photographs.

Llano




Stack from the old water and ice plant

Llano River

Mason


We lusted after this house years ago. It was abandonded for many years, now fised up and a real estate office.






Base for the water tower behind the old jail.



Water tower.



menard





Eldorado




fort stockton






The springs dried up a long time ago...
















 

 

 
 
 

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