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 Lubbock became home in the Spring of 2011.
Traded in down jackets for shorts & T's

Blooms . . . making Lubbock home

This page last updated:   05/08/2016 04:18 AM                           

This is our Property.  I have never experience so much red dirt.
First Out Door Project Completed

Corner lot; faces due North
empty lots in front & East

View from the SE corner

Street view of west side
ends at the horse fence

View from east side
Those small windows are our bath. We moved the fence back away from the driveway.

The circular drive is not connected to garage

Covered "patio" - rather small
adjacent to back door

Another angle of the patio

The back of the house.
The AC unit is on the garage wall.

30' x 40' metal shop at far south east end of the back yard

Raised beds & dirt pile
 adjacent to shop


Behind the shop
Previous owners built these
raised beds


Most of the 1 acre is in the back


Shop ("basement") is clean, not agricultural; they had lots of stuff to move out

Wood Fence our west property.
Metal fence is on the adjacent horse property

Alley behind the property.  Our fence is right front, neighbor' horse fence is right back.

Same alley behind our property.  Trash is placed in our own dumpster for pick up.

Septic tank is beneath
those 3 pipes
Left window=my office
Right windows=dining room

Same wooden fence as above. This is east side.  The dirt shown here will become by Flower, butterfly & bird garden

The well head - east fence

This is the same east fence

Service door to the garage

Fence on North side.  Slight rotation made of the above picture.

House is 2566 sq ft
on 1.03 Acres

Built in 2010

3 bedroom; 2 baths; 2 car garage

Foam insulation in wall/attic
3 zones with a
19 seer heat pump
and an air purifier

Has a hardwired security system

As you can see the land is mostly dirt, very little landscaping was done. 
The two trees planted in front died before closing. 
None of the veggies in the raised beds survived either.

Our work is cut out for us,
that's for sure.

Paul Tesch of Red Oak Landscaping - (806) 438-1296 is helping.

Joy Blooms . . . in Out Door Projects

Adding Sidewalks       Constructing Raised Beds       Growing Bermuda Grass       Fencing Them In

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