Woodrow House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... others sunbathing. At 11 it opened and within the hour we were inside and waiting to order. At this point everyone was full of anticipation as we chose what to order and watched those in front of us, so that we'd know what to do. In the end we ordered more than we needed, more than we'd intended and more than we will ever eat, I also brought bbq sauce and Collis picked up a t-shirt, We ordered it to go and went out to the van and sat in the back ...
... were there. More pics, than we headed to the Event site at the South Plains Fairgrounds and visited and found more Lab Caches, one was a prairie dog preserve where I got a better picture of the little critters.
Back at the Event, the competition teams were finishing up their caches and reporting back to their registration areas. Prizes are given to teams who find the most ...
... br> You probably didn't remember but Lubbock is the hometown of Buddy Holly. Tomorrow we will visit his grave site and the Buddy Holly Center, a historical site, which has dual missions; preserving, collecting and promoting the legacy of Buddy Holly and the music of Lubbock and West Texas. I'll post some pics tomorrow.
We registered at the ...
We had a relatively short but pleasant driving day, leaving Sweetwater a little before 8AM and arrived here around 10:30. Checked in, got set up and relaxed, watched the Hawkeyes get beat by lowly Penn State in the Big Ten Tournament. Didn't do much for my mood for the rest of the day.
The trip up here showed a yet different side of Texas, we left most of the scrub brush and cactus behind and mostly barren are of red dirt, rock and ...
... go there, Population 5158). Sports teams called the "Mules" and "Lady Mules". Who'd have thunk it? Then by Littlefield, TX, birthplace of Waylon Jennings. Miles and miles of well-kept ranches. Stayed overnight in Lubbock, played Trivia at Jake's. Some very good players. It was about five against one, but I held my own. Good competition. Went by "Mac Davis Blvd.", apparently, he must be from here?