United States of America · 10 Days · 19 Moments · April 2017

Debbie's adventure in Lubbock, TX, United Sta

17 April 2017

Love the red dirt.
Passed this truck and trailer on the way to Lubbock before we left DFW.
Lunch at Wendy's. Yum.
After we stopped for a quick lunch at Wendy's, we found a car wash.
Getting closer to home. The land is getting a little flatter.

9 April 2017

Pics from the car.
We opted not to stay here. It's the ultimate fixer-upper.
Nice views.
We saw lots of wind turbines on the way. Lots of green energy.
Train tracks by the road.
We found out that the person who created Post cereals also founded the town.
There was a little strip of cute stores on the main street. Too bad all of them were closed.
By no means should you stop for a bathroom break at the McDonald's here. The bathrooms only accommodate one person at a time.
We passed through the small town of Post. We think the cereal people started here. However, there is nothing to "post" home about.
First leg of the journey: 113 miles of flatlands. Check out this cotton sky!
Oil rigs dot the fields next door. Must be some oil in the plains.
Here at the Lynn county line, we're surrounded by cotton fields. These contraptions appear to be irrigators.
Since we failed to take pics along the way to Lubbock, we decided to get with the program. This is Caitlin holding some cotton we found on the way through Slaton.

8 April 2017

Here we are at the Hyatt after the Destination Imagination competition. Cait is checking out our room. We are tired puppies!