Cow town restaurant — caters to home folks — serves cowboys and rodeo fans a chuckwagon dish called "The Son — Of — A — Bitch" which is a stew composed of beef heart, liver, brains, sweetbreads and marrow, potatoes, and onions. Campbell's Coffee House is a meal stop for Greyhound Bus Lines and tourists alike.
TETON PASS JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING From the top of Teton Pass the traveler gets his first view of historic and scenic Jackson Hole. At this point State Highway 22 crosses the Teton Range at an elevation of 8,429 feet.
FLINTSTONE'S BEDROCK CITY
CUSTER, SOUTH DAKOTA
Barney and Fred visit their counterparts in front of Fred and Wilma's house in Bedrock City. The background adds to the overall setting for the Flintstones of Custer, South Dakota.
Zinn's Modern Diner U. S. Route 222 — Denver, Penna. Located in the Heart Of The Penna. Dutch Section, 1 Block North of Reading Interchange of the Pa. Turnpike. Specializing in the Finest Penna. Dutch Cooking and Baking. OPEN 24 HOURS "Before you leave — visit our unique Penna. Dutch Gift Shop."
These huge figures of steel and concrete built on the shore of Lake Bemidji are emblematical of the days of the early lumberjack who originated lumbercamp whoppers of Paul and Babe that have been handed down for generations. These stories, never heard outside the haunts of the lumberjack until recent years, are declared by some literary authorities to be "the only true American myth."