Holiday Inn Express Hobbs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... cancellations. We have 3 couples and a single man which makes a team total of 7. Our team leaders are a super couple from Santa Barbara- this is their 17th build. They stated there is a happy hour each evening. Go team! The others are from South Dakota -13th build and Texas- 18th build. We are the only "newbies" and "youngsters" on the team. They have alerted us that this gets in your blood. We hope ...
... area. The park is Harry McAdams City Park and has full hook up for an amazing $18.00 per night. Would highly recommend if you are ever in this area. Our trip here has been problem free. We stayed in Meridian, Alabama, Minden, Louisiana, and Clyde, Texas. We were under a severe weather warning last night, however the campground manager said not to worry as years ago ...
... 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 ...