La Quinta Inn & Suites Lubbock North
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as well. We had wonderful conversations, and their home is simply lovely, and we had a comfortable bed to sleep in. Unfortunately we had to get an early start the next morning, but it was a great stop along the way. And as we headed out of town we took the time to see a few of the local historical sites, and can honestly say besides great folks, there ARE things to do and see in Lubbock.
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 ...
... go there, Population 5158). Sports teams called the "Mules" and "Lady Mules". Who'd have thunk it? Then by Littlefield, TX, birthplace of Waylon Jennings. Miles and miles of well-kept ranches. Stayed overnight in Lubbock, played Trivia at Jake's. Some very good players. It was about five against one, but I held my own. Good competition. Went by "Mac Davis Blvd.", apparently, he must be from here?
... ahead of us. We set off on a solid day of driving under blue Texan skies. The roads today were great as they were 1 and 2 lane highways through country Texas, with very minimal traffic compared to what we have been used to so far. Not really too much to say other than it was a nice scenic drive in the sun through rural Texas. Hopefully we'll be in Santa Fe by nightfall ...
... said that the training actually was teaching them how to crash a plane until the made the glider better. Guess you have to see it to understand it.
On the way back to the campground, we saw a sign for the Lake Lubbock National Historic Landmark. Well, since the government is shutdown, this shouldn't be open, but it is. Actually this landmark is part of Texas Tech. In the 70's an archaeological dig unearthed some bones that proved ...