Fairfield Inn & Suites Hobbs
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... here. Leaving is bittersweet. We will miss the friends we have made here and the daily pleasure in working as a team. All our personalities have blended so well. It will be hard to leave as we would love to be able to see this through completion. This has been a rewarding experience for us and we would recommend it to anyone who camps and does not mind working hard for free. What you get back- money can't buy. We will leave for home early ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... to find a luggage cart, and the kind station master rang a large taxi for us.
By the time we arrived at the hostel, we were pooped to say the least.
We felt so sorry for the guy who had to wake and let us in.
Sleep in a non moving bed was delightful but not long enough time to savour it. This was a hostel, so the guests were up and about, and the aroma of coffee drew us to the kitchen.