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Starr County Independence With the Magic Valley caught up in a race with the rest of the country in modern urban design and massed produced pop culture is there anything left free to define the border background of South Texas A journey through US Highway Ten leads to the western edge of the Magic Starr County With rough landscape and distinctive ways Starr County is a foreign land unto itself It begins with the land As the Magic Valley becomes dissected into suburbs developed into shopping malls and removed of its regional characteristics Starr County remains rural in its expanse The land continues farther than the eye can see There is a plentiful fragrance of cactus mesquite and sagebrush that lingers in the air The abundance is especially evident as the roads lead north into the huge brush country ranches that map the county Along the Magic Valley there are acres and acres of farmland mostly untouched by the Magic Valleys expanding Americanized modernization Because of the lack of modernization the construction of Starr County has its own mode There are many buildings and homes that are atypical of American contemporary design and decoration There is more cinder block and clay laid out in rustic charm than red brick and stucco in suburban application The houses and neighborhoods are randomly intended instead of carefully planned The colors are vibrant shades of pinks greens and yellows instead of neutral beiges browns and creams Parking lots and driveways are strewn with gravel and caliche rather than paved with concrete or asphalt The tastes have remained traditional to the area There are no theme-oriented restaurants like Applebees or Chilis to be found It would be easier for people to savor a spicy bowl of menudo seasoned fajitas or a thick brown plate of mole Adding to the distinctive
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