Days Inn Lubbock South
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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 ...
... my family for believing in me (most of the time), my friends for supporting me, and for those closest to me for giving me the courage to go on this adventure. It will be hard. fourteen weeks of recruiting. Each Monday we start making announcements on a campus till Thursday. Then we have our meetings to sign everyone up. Friday we take down and hit the road (or air) for our ...
... we know for now. Managed to coordinate a late lunch with Jessica & John at Caprock in Lubbock for a short while and off we went with Santa Fe in our sights.
We underestimated the travel time by about 2 hours so it made for a long day. Left Austin at 8am, gained an hour converting to Mountain Time and didn't arrive to Santa Fe until about 9pm so i was damn tired doing most ...
... It was quite amazing, as soon as we crossed the border into Texas, everything looked much more affluent and well-kept. There are huge ranches, extensive irrigation systems everywhere. Apparently, cotton is king in that area of west Texas, but there was major agriculture everywhere, huge farms, huge dairy cattle operations, a few oil wells, large grain elevators. Went through Muleshoe (always ...