(hey, type here for great stuff)

access to tools for the beginning of infinity

Marfa’s restored trailers from the nomadic recreation heyday

Two hundred miles southeast of El Paso and 800 miles west from Austin, Marfa may be isolated from major cultural centers, but its art scene rivals corners of Manhattan. Born as a 19th century West Texas train stop, it’s a Western frontier town that celebrates the vast landscape and connection to the land (movies like Giant, There Will Be Blood and No Country for Old Men were filmed here).

The bunkhouse hotel El Cosmico revels in the hybrid nature of the place with its vintage trailers and tipis for rent taking “it’s inspiration from a long American history of hippies, nomads, bohemians and those living a life of self-determination”.