Lubbock's bounty of free museums lure...

Lubbock's bounty of free museums lure visitors for an

There are 1 comment on the MySanAntonio.com story from Dec 5, 2016, titled Lubbock's bounty of free museums lure visitors for an. In it, MySanAntonio.com reports that:

At Ransom Canyon near Lubbock, this weathered steel house built by Texas Tech professor Robert Bruno in 1973 overlooks a lake, attracting gawkers curious about the three-level, 110-ton, 2,100-square-foot home. At Ransom Canyon near Lubbock, this weathered steel house built by Texas Tech professor Robert Bruno in 1973 overlooks a lake, attracting gawkers curious about the three-level, 110-ton, 2,100-square-foot home.

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Tom

Lubbock, TX

#1 Dec 6, 2016
Repeating your self is not cool...

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