My wife and I passed through McGregor today en route from central Texas to Arkansas, and she didn't kill me too badly when I peeled off our designated route and went looking for an impromptu back lot tour.
Sorry for the poor quality of the photos. No great cameraman I, and the camera is cheap, too. The first photo is a first stage on the upright test stand. If you look at the base of of the stage, you can see the black paint that I'm assuming marks where the legs would be attached. So this will be for a mission that attempts a landing, right? I don't know how far in advance these stages are tested, so I can't guess which mission this one is intended for.
The second picture is Grasshopper relatively close and the stage in the background. Too bad the F9-R Dev isn't around any more -- it would have been nice to see.
The last one was a real stroke of luck, both good and bad. We were just starting to leave when an engine test fired up! It was only about a 30 second firing, so by the time I got the camera back out it had ended, leaving only a dissipating puff of smoke and vapors from the water flood. Acceptance test for a new engine, perhaps? Very cool to see! I just wish I could have gotten a picture!