Easter was such a beautiful day. A beautiful day to travel to Groom, Texas, and see the cross.
That's exactly what happened. Lots of people in the area decided to make the trip to Goom to see their amazing cross display. Not only is it the giant cross, but it also shows the story of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
With it being Easter, it was the perfect time to share photos of the Groom cross.
With that said, we are curious and we want to see all the amazing pictures of the cross in Groom on Easter.
If you made the trip to celebrate, share the pictures with us, and let us see what you saw. Let us see your point of view on this amazing landmark. You can send it to us in a variety of ways.
First of all you can go to our app, click the menu in the upright left corner, it looks like a hamburger ☰, and click submit photo/video and upload your picture.
or you can upload it right here:
It's that simple and easy, share those amazing photos with us, so we can share with our readers and listeners, and we'll give you all the amazing photo credit.
We want to see the beauty of the cross on Easter day.
If you haven't visited the cross in Groom, you should check it out.
This Huge Cabin In Palo Duro Canyon Is Top-Notch Glamping
This cabin is (to us) the definition of "glamorous camping".
This three bedroom rental is tucked away in the Palo Duro Canyon. It's a cabin with serious room, meaning it can fit up to eight guests--a girls trip, family vacation, or any bigger group.
The cabin is available for booking through glampinghub.com
and the description along with the provided photos is enough to catch the eye of anyone ready to get out of town and away from it all.....without having to go very far.
It's a beautiful place with woodwork throughout, full amenities, and all the mandatory electornics (and WiFi!). If a group of people were to split the cost of their stay between each other, it is without a doubt one of the most budget-friendly options for vacations.
The four day minimum stay required to make a booking is the only drawback to this diamond in the rough of a rental property--but it's nothing a little planning ahead and vacation time can't remedy.
The Abandoned School House Outside of Canyon, Texas
This was once the Jowell School. Built in 1901, the building was the cornerstone of the teeny tiny farming community of Jowell.
The building had been rebuilt and restored in the late '80s or 90s before vandals destroyed it in an act of arson. What remains of the Jowell School sits in a desolate part of rolling farmland between the small towns of Canyon and Happy, Texas.