If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the Armstrong County Museum has quite the story to tell.
"The name of the exhibit is 'Did You See That', and his goal was just driving around the countryside, around the Panhandle of Texas and over into Oklahoma and New Mexico and just taking pictures of things on roadsides," Tom Novak, the Museum's Executive Director said.
The photographer Jim Jordan is a Plainview native. His work will be on display through the month of Febuary at the museum.
This little spot in Claude is filled with Panhandle history, now some in photo form.
"Just talking to him is real facinating. And I think it's really neat. I love to travel, I love to see things. And sometimes I look at things on the side of the road and kind of wonder what the background is., "Novak said.
Jordan will be in Claude to answer those questions at a reception on Saturday, and there's plenty more to see in the museum.
"It is a hidden gem in the Panhandle of Texas. I'd never have knew that there was a museum in Claude, Texas before March of 2013, and I've driven up and down 287 my whole life," Novak said.
A hidden gem, right in the heart of the High Plains.