The plaza honors veterans and other citizens who helped make C.W. Post's dream a reality. On the Garza County Courthouse lawn.
The rooms and hallways of this 1910 colonial-style building display ranch, cowboy and pioneer household items, Native American artifacts and a typical frontier chapel. 119 North Ave. N.
Caprock Escarpment, a range of flat-topped "mountains," is the eastern boundary of the Llano Estacado or "Staked Plains." The marker provides details. On U.S. 84 between Post and Justiceburg.
In one of the original buildings built by C.W. Post, this museum rotates exhibits. Seasonal displays include eggs by Faberg?, Waterford and Lalique during Easter. It houses the collection of the owners of the OS Ranch. 201 E. Main St.
F.M. 669 south toward Gail reaches the edge of the Texas High Plains. The highway descends the edge where the plains end, traveling through panoramas of steep cliffs and canyons.
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