Our Location today is Dream Catcher RV Park, Deming, New Mexico, U.S.A.
We had another great night’s sleep and we didn’t even have to set the alarm this morning. We are slowly adjusting to this new Time Zone. We are fortunate that we are taking our time heading back to Ontario which is giving our bodies the ability to get used to the different Time Change. Even with these cooler night time lows we are managing to find ways to keep comfortable without having to turn on our heaters.
We were up by 8:00 MST this morning and after finishing our breakfast we took our Coffee/Tea over to the Computers. This allowed us to savour our breakfast beverage as well as catching up on our morning reading. Kathy even managed to chat with some of our family back home which helps to keep us informed of how things are going and anything new that has popped up.
|Unexpectedly ended up on I-10 westbound.|
We headed out for a ride into Deming this morning. When we were here back in November I was so busy doing things to the trailer that we didn’t get a chance to explore this community. Driving down the Main Street I was in search of the Fuel Station we had used on our departure. The reason I was doing this was because we had taken I-10 West and exited right to this Station. Today I was trying to locate it from the town streets and what I did was drive right through town with a line of traffic following right behind me.
The problem with that is Main Street curves right out onto I-10 with no place to stop and back up. That meant the next exit was twelve miles up the Highway which is how far we had to go to turn around because the Emergency Turn Arounds were occupied by Police Cruisers. Now that we know where that part of Main Street takes us we won’t be taking it by mistake anymore. It turned into an unexpected Sunday Morning Drive.
|Lots of green vegetation growing in the median.|
Getting back to Deming we tried three more cross streets before finding the Fuel Station we were looking for but since our tank is still fairly full we’ll top off before leaving town.
|The Desert is green from all the rain this winter.|
At that point it was already past 11:30 so we thought we’d have lunch. We had never eaten at a Sonic’s before so that was where we went. It reminded the both of us of the old Hi-Hos and A&Ws that you ordered off a menu outside and they delivered it to your car. As we sat there eating we also found out they had a Drive-Through Lane.
|Back to Deming.|
Back Home it took some time getting everything put away. While Kathy continued organizing other things I went upstairs and started changing our Bed Linens. I had laundered our clothes yesterday but not our linens. The reason we seem to be having trouble sleeping the last few days is the Night-Time Temperatures are getting quite cool and our Linen Sheets are not very warm. We decided to put our Winter Bedsheets back on the bed because we are bound to have plenty of cool nights before we get back to Ontario and there might be a few cold ones when we get there as well.
|Soon these Empty Seats would be filled.|
It was nearly 4:00 when we walked over to the Clubhouse where they were having an Ice Cream Social. It cost a dollar a bowl for a couple of scoops of Ice Cream. Like yesterday’s breakfast it was run by volunteers and the earnings go to Escapees Care. While enjoying our snack, we had the chance to talk with other Escapee Members. Some were telling us about spending time in warm resorts while others just got their feet wet while Boondocking at the Escapade. When we mentioned spending over three months boondocking around Quartzsite we were hit with a flurry of questions and everyone seemed mesmerized as we explained what we did to be able to be “Off the Grid” for that length of time and how we conserved our resources. Some could only say they wish they could do that. Sounded like what we used to say.
It was nearly 5:00 when we got back Home and I gathered the Linens and Towels to wash. Kathy busied herself while I spent the next hour and a half finishing our Laundry.
For supper tonight I fired up the Weber Q and put our Pizza Stone on to preheat while Kathy and I took a store-bought Hawaiian Pizza and put it on a Pizza Pan. Even though the cooking instruction called for Twenty Minutes in a 350 F oven it took less then Fifteen Minutes to cook on our grill on medium heat.
We’re expecting temperatures in the Mid-Thirties overnight so we are sure we’ll appreciate having our Warmer Bedsheets again. Tomorrow we are both wanting to get some projects done as well as doing more exploring around town. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!
It’s about time.
Words of Inspiration
An act of love that fails is just as much a part of the divine life as an act of love that succeeds, for love is measured by fullness, not by reception.