A "P.B.& G." EXCLUSIVE REPORT
I recently had an opportunity to visit the city of Houston, Texas and while I was there, I finally had the chance to visit, in person, that metropolitan area's fastest-growing tourist spot. No, it wasn't the Astrodome (now the site of Joel Osteen's church) or even the Johnson Space Center.
For people really in the know, it's the Houston "Beer Can House".
Above: Machu Picchu, the mountaintop city discovered in Peru. Believe it or not, there is a tie-in to the "Beer Can House". Immediately after reading this entire story, come back to this picture and see if you can figure it out for yourself.
Above: Sitting on an upscale Houston street, the "Beer Can House" is now dwarfed by apartment buildings and condos. All of the homes of its' era have already been razed for new development. Thankfully the "Beer Can House" is now protected, like the Pyramids.
Above: "Mapquest" says that in a mere 10 hours, 46 minutes you can get to the "Beer Can House" from Groom Lake and "Area 51" near Roswell, New Mexico. Of course, it's much faster by spaceship.
Above: Thousands of beer can tops make up "the mother of all wind chimes."..or were they some alien communications device? Did aliens have a hand in this? Consider: Hurricane Ike passed right overhead and did NO DAMAGE!!! There must have been a ton of racket though!