Comfort Suites Plainview
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... me, may know of my love for large beverage containers. I usually drink from a pickle jar or fishbowl at home, and the coffee pot when traveling for business. I think I may have achieved the largest container ever, here. The remote is in to provide scale. It holds about 30 oz of your favorite libation.
Suitably supplied I retired to my room for the evening for some blogging.
Well, this is it. I am getting on the plane tomorrow to start my time with ISV. All I know up to this point on where I will be is my first two weeks of training. That will take place in Big Bear, CA, where the high is 78 and the low is 39. Just the thought of getting out of Texas (or satan's ********** some might say) is nothing short of a miracle. This place truly is terrible in ...
Thirteen hours, three states, and 730 miles. We also lost two hours due to time changes. As dusk was falling and we crossed over the Texas border, it reminded me of watching the Amazing Race and knowing that the lagging competitors usually came in late in the day. Luckily, no eliminations today and we hopped on the proverbial welcome mat at the roadside RV park to end our day at 9:30. Sleep was the only thing on the agenda though there was a ...
... back to Texas.
The drive to Amarillo wasn't particularly interesting, though I was happy to get back on the flat Texas ground, and I think my ears were too.
There was an crazy thunderstorm that lasted for hours from basically the second we got towards Amarillo to around 2 or so am, when I awoke from my sleep, to go to the bathroom, at the KOA.
It was also exciting to see the welcoming orange and white roof of Whataburger, the best burger chain ever, that ...
... we know for now. Managed to coordinate a late lunch with Jessica & John at Caprock in Lubbock for a short while and off we went with Santa Fe in our sights.
We underestimated the travel time by about 2 hours so it made for a long day. Left Austin at 8am, gained an hour converting to Mountain Time and didn't arrive to Santa Fe until about 9pm so i was damn tired doing most ...