World's Smallest Buc-ee's Reappears in West Texas


SANDERSON, TX – Located between Sanderson and Marathon, a Buc-ee’s art installation has mysteriously reappeared in the West Texas desert, much to the delight of residents and visitors alike. Leadership at Buc-ee’s is unaware of who created the tourist attraction, but are delightfully amused. 

Having made its surprising reappearance without notice, the team behind the world’s cleanest bathrooms, freshest food and friendliest beaver leapt into action. “We heard about the resurgence of the nugget-sized Buc-ee’s in West Texas and we immediately dispatched a cleaning crew,” says Jeff Nadalo, General Counsel for Buc-ee’s. 

Visitors should bear in mind that there are no Beaver Nuggets, fueling stations, or Buc-ee’s gear available at the mock travel center. The team hopes, however, that the image of the grinning beaver mascot will be a beacon of joy for West Texans who have not yet experienced the delight of an actual Buc-ee’s travel station.

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