I've reached the southern most destination of my trip – Marfa, Texas – not far from the Mexican border. It's home to several large buildings and acres of land containing sculpture installations by American minimalist Donald Judd. I can see why this city lured him away from NYC – it's remote, peaceful and full of unassuming, simple architecture. A real complement to his work. Enjoyed a lazy day wandering around the town. Tomorrow I'll take a guided, five hour tour of the Judd galleries.