Buddy Holly Center.
The first thing we noted was that there were no pictures allowed in the museum.
It was a great museum off the beaten path that was very well done and worth the effort to see.
But the real reason we were in Lubbock was to meet up with our friends from Virginia, Jojit and Kimberly and their two boys. They were at our 'Open House' in Fairfax that we had before we launched out on this adventure. They were the same but the boys had sure grown!
The first thing Pam and I were able to do was to play golf with at the Texas Tech University Course - the Rawls. It was a hard but fair and fun course that is fantastic shape. Jojit got a fourth to round out our group and we played in the morning.
It was a great choice. Lots of BBQ with all the fixins.
That was our quick, 1-day stop in Lubbock. Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles. Until next time...