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... roads are pretty, we took smaller highways and drove through small towns, I really like Texas, the people are also quite lovely - it was a beautiful drive! We eventually made it to Lubbock at 9, only to find out that they didn't have our reservation! The girl told me to ring booking.com, which wouldn't be been fine but none their phones let you ring a payable line and my mobile has no signal, in fact Lubbock so far has been a pit that mobile signal ...
... 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.
... the mega Event was being held. Picked up our materials and bought some stuff at the displays than returned to the RV Park.
Tomorrow, we will do some more geochaching associated with the event. We opted out of the competition phase of the event as it is kind of a flash mob cluster. We will do our own thing.
Weather has been great. Life is good!
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 ...
My grandfather, Clayton E. Enger, often spoke of his proud Norwegian heritage. He was in his retirement years before he and my grandmother, Merle Howard Enger, visited there. I'm told his grandparents migrated to the United States in the late 1800s before they were married. He grew up in the central Texas Norwegian ...