Comfort Suites Hobbs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Center is located. Thought we might have a scenic drive, but the land is all the same(see photos). The "museum"is really a collection of newspaper articles and quotes, stories, and drawings by local folks who were in Roswell in the 1947 when the UFO supposedly landed and was covered up by the military. We did visit a local winery and sampled New Mexico wines and had a great lunch at a local restaurant, so the day was saved. Tomorrow is our ...
... member installing the kitchen cabinets. The rest of the week he has been part of a team placing and securing the roof trusses. The hope is to start placing the plywood on the trusses tomorrow, but if the wind is still present, will need to postpone, as will be too dangerous. The weather has been pleasant. Even on warmer days is comfortable as there is very low humidity. Is amazing how windy it can be on some days. Have not been able to put our awning ...
... to work everyday on her lunch hour and on weekends. We met her yesterday and she is so friendly, energetic, excited and thankful to be able to have a home of her own. Monday the Hobbs Habitat hosted a luncheon for our team. We are excited to begin working on the homes today. We learned the Habitat cheer last night which is how we will begin each day. "Habitat is not a hand out, it's a hand up." Life is ...
... Sunday and we will all stay at a campground that is provided by Habitat. The work day typically consists of a morning devotional, 6-7 hours of building with breaks and lunch. The evenings will include several potlucks and get together so. Weekends we are on our own. We are looking forward to the experience and meeting new friends from around the country. More later. Life is ...
... the help of a couple of panadol plus a light sedative, we actually managed to sleep pretty well.
Next morning breakfast around 9ish, and I'm afraid I went back to bed to sleep some more!
Paul had gone to the observation carriage, and he came to get me.
Views had changed a bit more as the train climbed up the Rockies.
Lunch again in the dining car very nice, then ...