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Rocks And Antiques At Cowboy Town

ON THE WAY BACK FROM LAS VEGAS, we made a few stops.  It was an eight hour drive back from LV and the weather was super hot!  I really have to salute my BIL who drove all the way home without complaining of tiredness and feeling sleepy.  Not like me, I kept dozing off cos of the heat and hot weather.  Along the way, we stopped over at this cowboy town... just to stretch our legs....
Rocks & More.... 
Actually it is more like a crystal shop dug from rocks and stones...
Real crystal for display...
And I saw something interesting....
Poo...Poo stones....
Wooohahhh....!
Red Indians and cowboys too.....
Antique cars were displayed just opposite the Rocks & Shop....
Not for sale though... I think....
The shop filled with crystals....
But I didn't buy anything... 
Just Superman-ing around the area before we started off again....
It was really a long journey home....

 

Comments

  1. Not talking about you...or me, I'm sure...your post title. Muahahahahaha!!!!!

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  2. Yee-hawwwww, lenglui mommy.. You look very stylo mylo in the last picture..

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  3. woo, poo-poo stones?? that huge erection behind you?? hehe.. BTW I love those antique cars, so nice and so colorful.. :)

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  4. I would have been very miserable on a 8 hour car drive in hot weather! You look good lah in the last photo.

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  5. Love the antique cars. Poo...poo..grab the gold, hahaha

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  6. 8 hour drive one stretch is long. The car needs to stop to drink too I guess. Nice photos as usual!

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  7. This cowboy town is so interesting and the cars are lovely!
    I went to small towns like this near Grand Canyon and your photos brought back nice memories.

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