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Come Along For A Ride On The Most Boring Road Trip in America!

I’ll make it worth your while

From left: Cotton and oil, two mainstays of West Texas. Photo by G B Hart on Shutterstock. In some areas, you’ll see eroded hills and mesas, mesquite forests—and windmills. Photo by Jordan Clarke on Unsplash. Mostly you’ll see this — much of nothing. Photo by G B Hart on Shutterstock.

Tumbleweeds skip across the road to reach the pile where the others are stacked fence high.

For as far as the eye can see, there is nothing. However, a few trees and an old broken windmill mean there used to be a house there.

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Arthur Keith

Arthur Keith

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8x top writer in LGBTQ, Music, and Climate Change. I also write about travel and politics, and honor my late son in many pieces. LOVE well-researched articles!