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  • I hope you had time to experience the mysterious Marfa Lights while you were in the area. Don’t know what they are but they are certainly there…

    February 23, 2010
  • I have been looking forward to hearing about your stay in Marfa after seeing the pictures on flickr. I would love to visit Marfa soon, really it is a shame we haven’t yet as we live so close (for Texas anyways).

    February 23, 2010
  • DC

    I’m torturing myself looking at your Photos. I haven’t seen grass since before Christmas with another 2-4″ of snow forecast for tonight. I’m trying to teleport myself to your location but, it’s not working!

    February 24, 2010
  • [...] bike-unfriendly Beverly Hills, and see a possible shift in attitude. Long Beach’s cycling expats explore Marfa, Texas. Cycling lawyer Bob Mionske cuts through the posturing to put Portland’s new 2030 in context [...]

    February 24, 2010
  • Laura!…I have read about Marfa, and always wanted to go there…your photo expose here made me feel as if I just took a little journey myself!…thanks! lovely!

    February 24, 2010
  • Katie

    Just last week I was reading about El Cosmico in ReadyMade, and here it is again! After hearing your experience, I want to go even more. I spent a little bit of time around Marfa doing some fieldwork when I was in grad school, but somehow I missed all the amazing artiness. I think a trip back is definitely in order.

    February 25, 2010
  • I love Marfa! I have been once and can’t wait to take my husband. It’s a shame you didn’t have a chance to tour the Chinati art institute or eat at the Food Shark falafel truck (as opposed to a taco truck). But glad you had a nice stay.

    February 26, 2010
  • MyLifeOutdoors

    I love Pizza Foundation! I was told it closed down. I’m glad to hear it is still there.

    March 01, 2010
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    March 03, 2010

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