La Quinta Inn & Suites Lubbock North
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... Tx for some grilled Talopia fish and veggies and a live band called the O's. Good blues and soul type music. No one dances, but it's good listening music and the 2 guys were quite talented on many instruments. Next weekend is the "Save Second Base Festival" for breast cancer where there will be many bands and events at the fairgrounds. I believe we are going so that will be a great attraction and cause to ...
... green. Partly cloudy. Such a beautiful day! Stopped at Tye, Tx, just west of Abilene for 2.35/ gal. And had a sandwich. It is dryer Here in Abilene area. Getting into more farm land and wind turbines. Cotton and oil wells. We are staying at the Lubbock RV Park. Staying hooked up and will pull out tomorrow for ...
... Hotels will be home, rental cars will be my way to the gym, and chipotle will be my main source of energy. I don't know what the finish line looks like in November, but I know the road to it will be unforgettable. Look for my post every week to see how things are going! Always feel free to reach out if you have any questions about ISV, travelling, or life in general.
States: 7 (Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas)
Oreos Eaten: 6 + Normal Minis + Reeses Minis
Vans Stuck: 1
New Chaser paints invented: 1 - Haboob Brown.
Day 5 started with a 7 hour grind to target area from Witchita, I don't mind the travelling but my body starts complaining after a while.
We just got to the area around Tulia / Plainview TX in time for a couple of cells to ...
... 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.