Dreamcatcher Escapee Park
We pulled out this morning about 8:30. Don lead the way and I followed him. Bill was the co-pilot today. It was such a nice day for driving, we didn't stop until we reached the Escapees Park.
I was happy to notice that the one section of I 10 that was so bad the last time we came through had been resurfaced.
After we got parked, Bill, Sharon and I went to Walmart. Our Rand McNally GPS quit and we thought maybe it was the cord. We found a Radio Shack but they didn't have the correct cord. I took apart another old power cord and swapped the fuses and it now works.
We paid for one night here, but the lady that checked us in said they were expecting gusts up to 60 mph. Not sure what we'll do tomorrow. That's the beauty, we don't have to go down the road until we're ready to. It's nice to pull into a park and you know someone here.
Shirley and Doug Miller are here. They decided to join us and the Del Rosario's for our dinner at the Adobe Deli. Now if you have never been, it's worth the trip to Deming to go. It's located out of Deming about 10 miles in the middle of nowhere. It's a very old school that was built in 1955 ( I think I got that date right).
It doesn't look like a restaurant. Are we sure we have the right place?
Finally there is a sign. This must be the place. The dog came to greet everyone.
Billy and Billy.
I was wondering if this used to be a taxidermy shop.
What a bar!
Notice the size of the TV screen.
The grape vines were covered with masses of tiny grapes.