Who says you can’t have pie and waffles for breakfast? The rhubarb pie we bought at the RV park office yesterday isn’t going to eat itself you know. So after having a small piece of pie we walked to the office for free coffee and waffles where we met several fellow RVers and had a good visit before we checked out of the park.
We are entering the wide open spaces of the desert and signs warn of possible dust storms. But I don’t think that is going to be a problem today.
Border Patrol…they’re everywhere down here!
We had only driven about 100 miles when it began to rain. Our windshield wipers are in need of replacement so this was not a good thing. We are fairly recent new members to the Escapees RV Club and our plan was to stop at an Escapees RV Park in Deming, New Mexico, anyway, which was 30 miles further. As we left Arizona and enter New Mexico we re-enter the Daylight Saving Time grid, so turned clocks ahead one hour.
As soon as we got settled in at our new site the rain stopped. March and April are supposed to be the driest months in this area so this rain is unusual.
We have been checking with auto-parts stores the last few days for those new wiper blades we need with no luck. We made some phone calls again today and hopefully we will find them tomorrow when we get to El Paso, Texas.
- Gasoline: none
- Lodging: $20