The first thing you see when you arrive in this minuscule town is a defunct curio store where people once bought souvenirs of their visit to President George W. Bush's adopted hometown.
The other stores, including the Yellow Rose, above, closed after Mr. Bush left office. He only occasionally returns to his ranch. Only one of the five shops that used to sell memorabilia to Bush admirers remains open — The Red Bull, down the street. Popular items include magnets and coasters that say "The Western White House." Phony dollar bills with Mr. Bush's face on them also sell well. But the biggest demand has been for bumper stickers with Mr. Bush's likeness and the caption "Do You Miss Me Yet?"