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When my boyfriend and I first opened the door to the Cold War–era bomb shelter and stared down the concrete steps, I’ll admit I had second thoughts about staying the night. It wasn’t that the space was uninviting. To get to our room, we’d walked past a bubbling koi pond, flowering cacti, and a bright yellow bistro set. And as far as bomb shelter entrances go, this one was nice—no cumbersome trapdoor or musty smell. What was holding me back was a mild case of claustrophobia. After all, you don’t come to Texas—especially not West Texas—to be boxed in. Clark Childers and Adam Walton knew this might be a concern when they decided to restore the roughly one-hundred-square-foot fallout shelter, believed to be from the late…
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