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TEXAS: what to see north and west of Dallas

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We will be on either I35 or I30 between St. Louis and Dallas,. We'll also be on the I20 & I10 between Dallas & El Paso.

We've explored Dallas quite a bit. We've also visted the LBJ and Bush Libraries / Museums.

In OKC we've stopped several times at the Nat'l Museum & Fed Bldg Memorial & will probably stop again. Also explored the Nat'l Cowboy Museum and had dinner at the Cattleman's Steakhouse, adjacent to the stockyards.

Are there any must-sees or off-the-beaten-path sites we should see? Any fun or unique restaurants or cafes that aren't to be missed?

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