The breakfast sponsored by the Dreamcatchers RV Park was very good. You had your choice of how you wanted your eggs cooked, what kind of sausage, potatoes, juice and toast. Thank you John and Karen for buying our breakfast.
We said good bye to old friends and some new friends we met. It was a nice way to end our summer adventures.
We left about 9 am and I told Bill I'd drive to Texas Canyon. There wasn't much wind considering what we had coming across Texas. Traffic was very light across New Mexico. A Carriage fifth wheel passed me and cut in so quickly I had to hit the brakes to keep from hitting him. I don't know if he forgot he had a trailer behind him or what his excuse was.
When I pulled into Texas Canyon for a potty break, I was enjoying the drive and I told Bill I'd drive the rest of the way.
He was find with that, but he got a little quiet while I was driving through Tucson with the traffic and construction.
John and Bill did some tweaking on the hitch before we left, and the rig handled so much better. Remember the trip across Texas in the winds and we only got 11.8 mpg?
Well I hope you can read the miles per gallon I got today.
17.2 MPG--Not bad at all!
It's going to be a busy week. We are taking my Dad to the VA in Tucson and we have doctor appointments a few days later. Bill wants to get an oil change on the truck before we leave for the Chapter 45 rally.
Since Bill was the co-pilot today he didn't take any other photos.