'Course ya do!
This is the Teapot Dome Service Station, a historical roadside attraction in the little town of Zillah, Washington. It was built in 1922 as a cheeky visual reference to the then-current Teapot Dome Scandal, and operated as a working service station for many years. Over time, the service station closed down and the structure fell into disrepair. It has recently been refurbished and moved to a more central spot in Zillah's downtown. (So if you go looking for it, ignore the freeway signs along I-82; they'll direct you to the wrong exit. Take exit 52 instead.)
We stopped by the Teapot on our drive to Utah. (I, uh, just forgot to mention it at the time.)