Amarillo, Texas: American Stonehenge

Cadillac Ranch, a truly iconic American landmark, sits just off Interstate 40 a few miles outside Amarillo, Texas. It’s one of those places you see photos of and think That’s kind of cool, but wouldn’t go too far out of your way to see. Luckily, our route took us right past it. It consists of ten Cadillacs buried nose-first in the ground. If you’re a car buff, you may notice that they show the evolution (and growth) of the brand’s tail fins between 1949 and 1963. You can see Cadillac Ranch from the highway, and a convenient off ramp leads directly to it. Or them. Whatever. The cars still had their original factory colors when they were installed. But those colors are long gone thanks to the … Continue reading Amarillo, Texas: American Stonehenge