When most think of West Texas, they think of ghost towns and tumbleweeds, and you would be right.  You know you're headed west when the grass turns browner and towns
become few and far between, revealing the relics of yesteryear.  There are tons of gas stations along the way and even a ghost town from a once booming oil industry, still dot
the highways waiting to be appreciated for what they are now, and what they once were.