Best Western Post Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... theater ticket one would hope the audience would be courteous. Some basics. Don't go if your drunk- we paid to enjoy professionals singing- if you feel inclined to sing do it in your car later. Likewise don't speak! Especially to the actors- your not watching TV at home! Cut out the ooos and ahhhs, whoas etc. especially if its a kiss. You are not in junior high. Don't jiggle and fidget, I Hate this!! Go to the bathroom beforehand or take your restless leg medication. Don't ...
... 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 ...
... a geocaching rule of always trying to clean up area where you find caches.
We will leave for the 600 plus mile trip back toward Alamo after the CITO. It has been a fun experience and I have learned quite a bit about this blog thing. I'm not sure I will post anymore, will have to wait and see what happens on the way home. I hope I didn't bore y'all too much.
We took the dogs on a long walk this morning and than headed out to do some geocaching. We went to the Lubbock Lake Landmark, an important archeological site and natural history preserve. There is active digging and a new building highlighting their finds at the site. We found several caches there and enjoyed a long walk around the grounds through a prairie dog ...
... painted steepes,we entered a mostly agricultural area. The land is practically pancake flat and cleared and I would guess the crop probably 90% cotton. It has all been picked and farmers are preparing for the next crop. A lot of the stubble is still there from the harvest and it seems a lot of cotton was left in the fields but probably looks a lot worse than it is because it is so visible on the stubble and even when it is plowed up ...