2017: 101

2017: 101

It is pretty well known by the locals that Lubbock is a great place to work but a terrible place to have a weeekend. What is there to do in this town to fill your time anyway? There are plenty of restaurants to eat at but not too many mom and pop joints for the local foodie to explore. Another option that the grade school students heavily emplore is a visit to one of the movie theaters in town. The only issue with that is, depending on which weekend it is, the list of movies to watch may not match with your acquired cinema tastes. Lubbock definitely has more than enough shopping with South Plains Mall and the many local centers and plazas around town. People from hundreds of miles around even travel to our city for the consumer amenities that we offer. This is fantastic and the Lubbock natives love to have guests in their city but we’ve done these things every weekend since our eldest high school friend obtained their drivers permit. So the question remains, what else is there to do in the Hub City? If you’re willing to commit to following us throughout this year then hopefully we can finally answer this age old question. We are going to see what an everyday adventurer like you can do with our slice of West Texas. The only things you’ll need access to are moderate transportation, a map, and your local outdoor outfitter to get going. We are going to tackle everything there is to do within this town as well as everything outdoors there is to do within a six hour radius of us. We will summit multiple peaks, bike through canyons, swim in remote lakes, meet new people, and eat fantastic food. Our adventures are going to take us anywhere from El Paso to Amarillo to Taos and lastly Austin. We are going to discover everything that Lubbock has to offer and use it to its fullest extent. If you’re willing to commit to the outdoors then we can have some of the most exciting times in West Texas. Just be sure that your boots are strapped on tight and your jacket is cinched down because it’s going to be a crazy year.
-Nick

 

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