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Old 11-05-2010, 08:33 PM   #1
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The Cross, Groom, TX

I want to share with all of you a very special attraction in Texas that John & I visited on our way to the Heritage Rally. Right along I-40 at Groom, TX is "The Cross". If you are a Christian, you really should stop to see this if you pass that way; it is very moving. There is the 2nd largest Cross in the Western Hemisphere (built in 1995), the Last Supper, Calvary, the Tomb and recently completed Stations of the Cross. This is a site that you can learn more about by visiting CROSS OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST MINISTRIES.

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Old 11-05-2010, 08:55 PM   #2
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It truly is a moving experience. I went on a camping trip with one of our ministers and he kept talking about this cross. Well, it was so much more - the statues of the stations were absolutely amazing. It was well worth the slight detour we had to make on our way to CO.

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Even if you are not a christian, the beauty of the architecture is still there.

And, stay in Amarillo at Oasis RV park for $20 a night and the 3rd night free. Well that's what it was a few months ago. Great park. Take in Palo Duro Canyon
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