Lea County Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... and really boogie home. Want to be home by Wednesday evening as we leave Friday morning for High Springs Florida for a memorial for my uncle and brother-in-law, It was both of their wishes to have their ashes buried with my dad at the High Springs Cemetery. Hope this finds everyone well. Prayers for Maureen who broke her shoulder yesterday. Life is Good. Will sign off with Habitat's morning affirmation-"Habitat is not a hand out, it's a hand ...
... member installing the kitchen cabinets. The rest of the week he has been part of a team placing and securing the roof trusses. The hope is to start placing the plywood on the trusses tomorrow, but if the wind is still present, will need to postpone, as will be too dangerous. The weather has been pleasant. Even on warmer days is comfortable as there is very low humidity. Is amazing how windy it can be on some days. Have not been able to put our awning ...
Our group arrived Sundayand everyone was busy getting their rigs set up. Our campground is a gravel lot directly across from the build site. We do have full hook up and the luxury of a "clubhouse" that has a washer/dryer and a frig stocked with cold drinks and a dining room. **See *Photos**. Apparently many campsites are not as "fancy" as ours. Our team is smaller than expected as there were some ...
We left on Tuesday morning and have spent the last few days traveling to Hobbs, NM, where we will participate in a Habitat for Humanity build for 2 weeks. Our build starts on Sunday. We arrived two days early to kickback after the long drive and get familiar with Hobbs. Tonight and tomorrow night we are camping at a pristine city park that is a quiet oasis tucked away in ...
... 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.