Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Lubbock
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was able to drive on campus without a pass, but now visitors are allowed. We found a good on-street, pay parking spot near Gordon Hall so that was were we started our tour. Gordon has been upgraded quite a bit since Philip lived there. It houses students in the Honors College now. Almost every window had the same "Sun's Up, Gun's Up" poster in the window. ...
... shaky. I would start off holding the camera just right, but then watch the live show rather than watching through the camera. Sometimes, I lost focus on the primary scene. But they are not too bad.
It just amazes me that that 72-year-old man can still keep performing on the level that he did. His voice broke a few times, but mostly it was fine and a few times it was absolutely beautiful and clear.
Day started at 0430, not out of necessity, but anticipation. Dishes washed and put away, showered and dressed, sitting on front porch awaiting our ride to Lubbock. Mr. And Mrs. B arrive in a luxury SUV to ferry us in style. Lunch, of course, at Cracker Barrel, where we consumed our last green chili for the next month. Arrived at the airport well ahead of time only ...
We got asked that question a lot when we would mention Lubbock as one of our stops. The answer to that question is: one of the nicest families you could hope to meet in one of the cutest, and vaguely creepy neighborhoods I've even been in. We drove from Saginaw and headed west across the flat lands of west Texas. I love our dear friends and family in Texas, I don't particularly love ...
... of windmills. As we looked around, we noticed most of the windmills were made in IL and some of the companies are still in business. I have never really looked at windmills, but they are made so that the blades can fold in on themselves so they can control the speed which they turn. The neatest displayed windmill was one like the earliest one built in what is now the US. It was built in 1621 on the Flowerdew Hundred Plantation in VA.