Days Inn Hobbs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We are having a great, productive 2nd week. Our days on the job have been intense and we are all whipped at the end of each day. After a shower and happy hour we are feeling better. We have become good friends with Margot, Larry and Leonard. I feel like I have always known Margot- how cool is that? We look forward to all staying in touch and working together on another build. Margot and I have had a great time working together. We ...
It has been a fast week filled with fun, laughs and much hard work. The Hobbs Habitat office has obtained tickets tonight to see the comedian Paul Rodriquez in concert. Will be fun to get out for the evening with our team. I have spent the week cutting and laying tile with my team member and now friend, Margot. We have had a great week laughing at all our wrong tile cuts and feeling pride at the end result. She is a kindred spirit. Rob worked on Tuesday with ...
Our group arrived Sundayand everyone was busy getting their rigs set up. Our campground is a gravel lot directly across from the build site. We do have full hook up and the luxury of a "clubhouse" that has a washer/dryer and a frig stocked with cold drinks and a dining room. **See *Photos**. Apparently many campsites are not as "fancy" as ours. Our team is smaller than expected as there were some ...
We left on Tuesday morning and have spent the last few days traveling to Hobbs, NM, where we will participate in a Habitat for Humanity build for 2 weeks. Our build starts on Sunday. We arrived two days early to kickback after the long drive and get familiar with Hobbs. Tonight and tomorrow night we are camping at a pristine city park that is a quiet oasis tucked away in ...
... was spent reading, or writing.
Very lazy way of spending the day!
I hope the pictures I took of the Colorado river and the beautiful red rocks above it turn out, but until our computer is free I can't do them.
We were advised to try and get some sleep as our wake up call was to be 3am!
The train finally stopped at Salt Lake city more like 4am.
Then luckily ...