Spiegel [h/t LMGP] goes (g) to the gorgeous Hill Country of Central Texas, where about 10,000 old Teutonotexans still speak a kind of curious, antiquated German planted by Central European immigrants who settled there in the mid-19th century. They've also preserved other jewels in the crown of Germany's cultural heritage, such as the beer, the sausage, the "shooting festivals," and the Volksmusik! (German Joys berichtete).
* Why on earth is it "die Pick-up"?
[Photo: Hamburger shop sign, Caldwell, Texas, September 2004]