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American Museum of Agriculture

American Museum of Agriculture

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1501 Canyon Lake Drive Lubbock, TX 79403

In 1969, as agricultural museum was deemed important to the people of West Texas. Too many people thought of the old machinery left in the back yard as junk. To Alton Brazell, a Lubbock County Commissioner for 36 years, this junk was a hidden treasure. Alton took it upon himself Read More →

Llano Estacado Winery

Llano Estacado Winery

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3426 E FM 1585, Lubbock, TX 7940

The simple mission of Llano Estacado, from its beginning in 1976, to its role as industry leader today, has been to embody the fabulous potential of Texas wine. This mission began with 1,300 cases of wine releases in 1977. Today, Llano Estacado is the largest, best selling Premium Winery in Read More →

CapRock Winery

CapRock Winery

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408 E Woodrow Rd, Lubbock, TX 79423

Apple Country Hi Plains Orchards

Apple Country Hi Plains Orchards

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12206 U.S. 62, Idalou, TX 79329

Apple Country Orchards and Farm was established in 1981 featuring pick-your-own apples, and is located 4 miles East of Idalou, Tx on Hwy 62.  The Orchard features over 6000 apple and peach trees producing over 29 varieties of apples and 18 varieties of peaches on 25 acres.  The Apple Orchard Read More →

Texas Tech Museum

Texas Tech Museum

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3301 4th St, Lubbock, TX 79409

The Museum of Texas Tech University is part of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. It is made up of the main museum building, the Moody Planetarium, the Natural Science Research Laboratory, the Lubbock Lake Landmark and the Val Verde County research site.

Stubb's Memorial Statue

Stubb’s Memorial Statue

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108 E. Broadway, Lubbock, TX

C.B. Stubblefield:
“Ladies & Gentlemen, I’m a Cook”
Article originally appeared in
The Caprock Sun, in April, 1997.
In 1968, Christopher B. “Stubbs” Stubblefield, Sr. opened the original 75 seat Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Restaurant in a small, ramshackle building at 108 East Broadway. The jukebox was filled with vintage Blues music. Read More →