Sunday, March 23, 2008


I love this place. It has one of the last original Texaco signs in the United States. A friend of mine used to rent the little building to sell her wares but now it has become a tourist information site. That is good since our downtown aka Lowertown has a lot of new residents from all over the country now. There are art galleries and restored old homes that make for an absolutely beautiful neighborhood once again.


Scott W said...

I don't think I see that sign.

Trailboss said...

I don't either. It is there though.

dailypiglet said...

i'm going to need some proof on the "alleged" presence of the sign :)

ya'll are funny together, you and scott i mean.

Bill said...

That sign is spectacular!

There is a little service station near me that has been restored, inside and out. It looks a lot like this. It's only open for special tours, but you can peer in the windows and see the old wood stove & lots of mysterious old automotive thingies.