Inn of the South Plains
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... our drive was flat and dry as far as the eye could see. Until we got to the outskirts of Lubbock, rising up out of the flatlands was a cute little neighborhood. It had broad porches, neat little (green) yards, gas lamps burning on the porches, and a brick townhall. It felt like we had landed in the Stepford; everything was eerily perfect. I'm exaggerating, but only slightly (check out ...
Yesterday we took a trip to Taos. The change around Espanola and Velarde is incredible, it is amazing what the introduction of Casinos does to an area. Taos still has it's pretty square and a nice quilt shop, and Paul found a book shop. Today we did a long drive to Roswell and visited the Alien museum, then another long drive to Lubbock. Two very straight boring roads, and due to high winds we were driving into a sand storm most of the ...
... to Fort Sumner, on the Pecos River, and also site of THE REAL Billy the Kid grave, according to the REAL BIG sign. (We didn't bother - too far off the highway). On through Melrose to Clovis, NM for lunch. Nice little town actually. They have an Air Force Base, so the $$ trickle down pretty well. Then through Texico (no kidding), right on the border between (would you believe) Texas and New ...
14th November 2013
Start: Extended Stay America, 501 South 1st Street, Austin, Texas
Finish: Koko Inn, 5201 Avenue Q, Lubbock, Texas
We woke up this morning at 10am, after a nice night out in Austin. We've decided to make straight for Santa Fe in New Mexico. So we plugged the city into Victoria who informed us we had 11 plus hours ...
... song American Pie? As it turns out it really isn't about the plane crash. Don McLean dedicated the album to Buddy Holly and the American DJs put two and two together and decision was made that the song was about the plan crash. The Texas Walk of Fame is a list of the musicians from Texas, it is amazing how many are from Texas.
Next we visited the Silent Wings Museum. This is about the use of gliders during WW II. WOW, the things ...