Giant Cross at Groom Texas – A Walk Around the 12 Stations



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Giant Cross at Groom Texas –

The giant cross at Groom Texas is said to be the largest cross in the western hemisphere. Located just east of Amarillo on Interstate 40, the Christian cross stands 190 foot tall and is white in color.

The giant cross at Groom, TX attracts Christian visitors of all denominations. This video shows the cross and the 12 stations surrounding it.

No doubt, the Groom Texas giant cross is an inspiration to us all. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel before you go to get more Christian inspiration. Thanks for stopping by.

Rattlesnake Museum! Route 66 in Old Town Albuquerque



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LIVE RATTLESNAKES EVERYWHERE! Welcome to ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO, Home of Route 66, Another Randomland Adventure, and, it turns out, the WORLD’S LARGEST RATTLESNAKE COLLECTION at the American International Rattlesnake Museum in Old Town Albuquerque new mexico, within a few yards of Iconic Central Avenue, aka Route 66! From Rattlesnakes to ancient Churches we hit the road for Adventure in the Southwest!

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Ruta 66 (Texas – Oklahoma – New Mexico)



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Viaje de 11 días en coche a lo largo de la legendaria, inverosímil y mítica Ruta 66, a través de los estados de Texas, Oklahoma y New Mexico (Nuevo Méjico), de los Estados Unidos de América.
(Todos y cada uno de los pueblos/ciudades que se describirán a continuación, además de otros que no nombro y que forman parte del recorrido que describo, tienen su encanto personal y atracciones turísticas de mayor o menor índole que no describiré, pero que son fáciles de buscar en Google).
La ruta empieza en la ciudad de DALLAS (edificio del sixth floor, desde donde asesinaron a J.F.K.), continuando por la interestatal 35 hacia OKLAHOMA CITY (monumento en honor al atentado terrorista de 1995) y a partir de ese momento alternando la Interestatal 40 con la original RUTA66 se pasa por los pueblos de El Reno, Clinton, Elk City, AMARILLO (Palo Duro Canyon y el Restaurante The Big Texan), Vega, Adrian, Glenrio (pueblo en la frontera de TX y NM totalmente abandonado), San Jon, TUCUMCARI y Clines Corners. En este punto nos desviamos hacia SANTA FE (casas de adobe) por la 285, abandonando la Ruta66 original, para luego retomar la interestatal 25, pasando por Bernardillo, para bajar a ALBUQUERQUE (equipo beisbol de los isótopos).
En este hito se abandona por completo la Ruta66 para visitar los puntos más enigmáticos de Nuevo Méjico. Se va de ALBUQUERQUE siguiendo la interestatal 25, pasando por Belen hasta SOCORRO, punto donde nos derivamos por la 380 (previa visita al Trinity Site, lugar del lanzamiento de la primera bomba atómica), hasta Carrizozo, para luego enlazar con la 54 hasta ALAMOGORDO y de ahí por la 70 hasta el desierto de de las Arenas Blancas y la zona de pruebas de misiles.
Posteriormente se volverá por la 70, pasando por Ruidoso, hasta ROSWELL (museo del OVNI), y de ahí se emprenderá el camino por la 285 hasta CARLSBAD, para visitar las quilométricas grutas del poblado. Una vez recorridas las mismas se seguirá bajando por la 285 hasta Pecos para coger la interestatal 20 a lo largo de los estados de New Mexico y Texas hasta llegar nuevamente a Dallas. Por el camino se podrán divisar numerosas torres petrolíferas en activo y en el pueblo de ODESSA un crater cubierto, producido por la caida de un meteorito.
Espero que se animen y se atrevan con esta aventura. Sobretodo recomiendo que se vayan parando en los moteles, gasolineras y estaciones de servicio fantasmas que existen a lo largo de la original Ruta66, a la hora del atardecer, la sensación de frío y la acústica del lugar, es propia de una película de miedo, terror, horror y pánico.

11 days journey by car along the legendary and mythical Route 66, through the states of Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico, United States of America. (Each and every one of the towns/cities that are described below, in addition to others not named and which form part of the route, have their personal charm and touristic attractions of greater or lesser nature I won´t describe, but that are easy to find on Google).
The route begins in the city of Dallas (Sixth floor Museum, where J.F.K was murdered) along the I35 toward Oklahoma City (monument in honor of the terrorist attack in 1995) alternating I40 with the original Route 66 is passed by the villages El Reno, Clinton, Elk City, AMARILLO (Palo Duro Canyon, The Big Texan restaurant), Vega, Adrian, Glenrio (village on the border of Texas and New Mexico totally abandoned), San Jon, TUCUMCARI and Clines Corners.
At this point we detour to Santa Fe (adobe houses) for the road 285, leaving the original route, then return to the I25 to go to ALBUQUERQUE (Isotopes baseball team).
In Albuquerque we leave completely the Route 66 to visit the most interesting villages of New Mexico. From Albuquerque, following by I25, passing through Belen and Socorro, we took the road 380 (previously visiting the Trinity Site, location of the first atomic bomb launch), until Carrizozo where we took the road 54 to Alamogordo and from there by the road 70 to the White Sands Desert and the Military missile tests Area.
Then again by the road 70, through Ruidoso, to Roswell (UFO’S museum) and taking the road 285 to Carlsbad, to visit the caves of the village. Once visited the caves continuing by the road 285 to Pecos to take the i20 throughout the states of Texas and New Mexico until again arrive to Dallas. In this way you can see a lot of oil towers and in the village of Odessa a meteorite crater.
I hope that you dare with this adventure. Specially I recommend you to stop at motels and petrol station abandoned along the original Route 66.
When dusk the cold feeling and environmental sounds are typical of a fear and terror movie or film.

Things to Do in Tulsa, OK | 10K Road Trip Vlog Day 16



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We spent our second day in Tulsa exploring the city. We saw a lot of great art deco architecture and a lot of random sites, including the 5th tallest statue in the US and a spot claiming to be the Center of the Universe. It was weird. And cool.

This is Day 16 of our 10,000 mile road trip across the US.

Check out our first day in Tulsa here:

Timestamps:

0:01 – Oral Roberts University (random architecture)
1:07 – Boston Avenue United Methodist Church (amazing Art Deco)
2:05 – Inside the church
3:57 – Downtown Tulsa, Philcade Building
4:14 – Tulsa Union Depot (Jazz Hall of Fame)
4:18 – Center of the Universe (acoustic anomaly)
5:43 – John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park
6:25 – Guthrie Green free live music
6:43 – Street Art and murals in Tulsa’s East Village
7:11 – Boxyard
7:30 – Tulsa Fire Alarm Building (Art Deco)
7:42 – Tulsa’s Route 66 remnants
8:21 – Golden Driller (5th tallest statue in the United States at 75′ tall)
8:56 – Warren Theater (Art Deco movie theater)

What’s going on here?

We quit our jobs, left New York City, bought a car, and decided to spend the summer driving around the US. The plan is to hit at least 35 states and cover more than 10,000 miles. Watch from the beginning here:

Music is royalty free:
“By My Side” by Craves

“High Above” by Nicolai Heidlas

Filmed on June 11, 2017 on a Canon G7X Mark II.

Our Gear:

Canon G7X Mark II: (it’s amazing and basically sees in the dark)
Canon G7X: (the original is almost as good, but less expensive)
Joby Gorillapod: (fantastic versatile bendy tripod – this is the slightly smaller “action” version that’s easier to travel with and comes with a mount for a camera and a gopro)
Macbook Air: (we edit everything on Final Cut Pro on a Macbook Air, which is light and easy to travel with)
External Hard Drive: (the videos are a little too big for the macbook air to handle, so I edit everything off an external hard drive)

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Ghosts and Legends Episode 3: Fort Reno Mother Road Haunts Documentary



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This third episode of the Ghosts and Legends documentary series covers a haunted strip of Route 66 through Oklahoma with an emphasis on Fort Reno, an old World War II prisoner of war camp. Hosted by Ghostorian Mike Ricksecker and includes interviews with experts in paranormal Oklahoma.

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