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A Tech Oasis on the rolling plains of forgotten Texas


The Rock Inn in Seymour has been slinging hash since 1932. Seymour is where SH114 from DFW, US 82 / 277 from Wichita Falls merge to head west to Lubbock. Long before I-20, this was the preferred rout to Lubbock from the DFW area. The owner is a Tech grad from sometime in the middle of the last century so the decor is all red and black. If you want to know what a roadside dinner was like when the Joads were fleeing the dust bowl, this is the place. This is a must stop for any Tech fan.

The sign to look for.

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The first hint your in the right place

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Yep, you are home.

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Note the red and black, also random old people.

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A proper ashtray 

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Bevo on a bun

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Decor 

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Alas it's time to bit farewell to the Rock Inn. 

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via www.hebphoto.com


 


 

 


 


 


 


 

 

 

 

 


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