The West Pole, Texas
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The West Pole is located on the 98th meridian in Bee Cave, Texas. Unlike the North and South Poles, it has no geographic significance; it is more of a gag for publicity, tourism, or local fun, declared by the Texas Legislature to be located “in Bee Cave, Texas...to add to the greatness of Texas”. It is the location of the annual Armadillo Day celebration (a local or Texas version of Groundhog Day) every Feb. 2nd. It is located at
- "H.R. No. 2933". Texas Legislature Online. 28 May 2007. Retrieved 17 June 2014..
- "Bill: HR 2933, Legislative Session: 80(R); Council Document: 80R 23705 MMS-F". Texas Legislature Online: History. Retrieved 17 June 2014.
Resolutions--Congratulatory & Honorary
- "Where is the West Pole?". West Pole Partners: Wildlife and Ag Land Specialists. West Pole Partners. Retrieved 17 June 2014.
- "Groundhog predicts long winter, but Texas armadillo says spring's around corner". DallasNews. Dallas Morning News. Published: 03 February 2010 02:34 AM. Updated: 26 November 2010 03:11 PM. Retrieved 17 June 2014. Check date values in:
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