Lubbock-Days Inn Texas Tech University
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The Rise and Fall of Yugoslavia (as seen through basketball): In the 1988 Olympics, the Yugoslavian National basketball team, a close knit group of youngsters, won the bronze medal. Two years later this same group won gold in the World Championships, stunning the United States along the way. Yugoslavia was on top of the basketball world. It's team, still legendary today, was made up of Croatians, Serbians, Bosnians, Slovenians, and Macedonians. Shortly ...
... used alien words like Croat and Serb, Sarajevo and Kosovo, ethnic cleansing and genocide. The news footage was like seeing scenes from another world. For whatever reason, those scenes have always stayed me. I've always wanted to experience this place. Winston Churchill once said, "The Balkans create more history than it can consume," and I'm ready to be a consumer of that surplus of history. Why the Balkans? Why not the ...
... an experience, especially when the lights went out on the traffic lights and the gas station. Intense straight line winds and horizontal rain.
On the way back to Lubbock there were some amazing cells popping off a lightning show, and immense amounts of rain.
Once we got back to Lubbock we should have swapped to boat, the roads were under quite a bit of water, Storm Drains were doing their thing which was also quite ...
... got to see Kay and Ron's beautiful home. We should get together more often.
We made it to the hotel in Lubbock by 4:30, and, rather than trying to fit in time to go out for dinner, we enjoyed the free meal at the hotel. The pulled pork was much better than I expected.
Since we had Will Call tickets to pick up, we left for the short 15-minute drive to the United Spirit Arena by 6:30 thinking that would be ...
... and 3 hours to Carlsbad, easy day! We planned to camp at a private campground for 3 nights but on arrival it was hot and VERY windy with the forecast for the next night of 30 degrees. The campsites were in the open and exposed to the dusty winds and we weren't prepared for quite that cold, so we opted for a motel.