Amarillo, up in the Texas Panhandle, is overwhelmingly conservative and dedicated to beef. But there's some oddness lurking right under the surface, thanks mostly to helium baron Stanley Marsh 3. (He thinks Roman numerals are pretentious, apparently.)
So, after waking up still stuffed with beef from our Big Texan meal the night before, we went out to see maybe his most famous project - the Cadillac Ranch. Not to be confused with Nebraska's Carhenge, my goodness no. The Cadillac Ranch is located just off of I-40 a few miles west of Amarillo.
You just park your car on the interstate access road and push through a fence that's kept unlocked at all hours. Sometimes you have to watch out for cows, though there weren't any nearby when we visited - but you always have to watch for their, uh, leavings.
Sometimes people kindly spraypaint them for you, so they stand out more.