Marfa here we come. Or better yet, Thunderbird Motel...
and this looks pretty great too:
"Michelle Teague, a New York-based costume designer came to Marfa to work on the set of “There Will Be Blood” and decided to move here permanently when she became pregnant. With her business partner Ginger Griffins, she’s opened JM Dry Goods (203 East San Antonio Street), which sells a mix of Mexican textiles, vintage cowboy boots, beach hats, handmade soap and books about deadly insects."
More on the Ballroom Marfa show.