Sleep Inn & Suites Hobbs New Mexico Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... the floor tile work in one of the houses today. Hoorah. All the men have been working hard putting up trusses and placing plywood on it for the past week. Last week someone broke into one of the houses and stole our compressor and numerous other power tools. Fortunately the local Habitat office could replace them. Was hard to believe someone would do that.... On our day off last Monday, we drove to Roswell New Mexico where the UFO Museum ...
It has been a fast week filled with fun, laughs and much hard work. The Hobbs Habitat office has obtained tickets tonight to see the comedian Paul Rodriquez in concert. Will be fun to get out for the evening with our team. I have spent the week cutting and laying tile with my team member and now friend, Margot. We have had a great week laughing at all our wrong tile cuts and feeling pride at the end result. She is a kindred spirit. Rob worked on Tuesday with ...
... work week will be Tuesday-Saturday so that the future homeowners and other groups have the chance to participate on the build. The future homeowner must put in 500 hours of work on their home. The homes we will we be working on are part of a 14 year project. The neighborhood is being created for single mothers and their children. One of the moms we is "Courtney" and she has 3 precious little girls. ...
... Sunday and we will all stay at a campground that is provided by Habitat. The work day typically consists of a morning devotional, 6-7 hours of building with breaks and lunch. The evenings will include several potlucks and get together so. Weekends we are on our own. We are looking forward to the experience and meeting new friends from around the country. More later. Life is ...
... the help of a couple of panadol plus a light sedative, we actually managed to sleep pretty well.
Next morning breakfast around 9ish, and I'm afraid I went back to bed to sleep some more!
Paul had gone to the observation carriage, and he came to get me.
Views had changed a bit more as the train climbed up the Rockies.
Lunch again in the dining car very nice, then ...