From Fort Stockton we made our next stop Las Cruces and stayed at the Hacienda RV Park. This is a great park and has big sites, most pull thru and level. We always have to head down to Old Mesilla to our favorite Mexican restaurant La Posta de Mesilla, the meal was great. But I can't tell you how disappointed we both were when we were told that they were out of their fried ice cream.....how the heck do you run out of fried ice cream...thank goodness the tequila was plentiful!
Next stop was Tucson....we always stay at the Lazy Days, which is now a KOA, and I always splurge on a 'grass' site so the dogs can have one last bit of real live grass under their paws before Yuma.
Finally arrived in Yuma and have now settled in here at Del Pueblo. They had a big welcome back dinner and we got to meet the new owners (the park sold last August) and managers. Very nice folk, who seem to be doing a lot to improve the park and activities. We hope the place continues to be the well kept, active park it has always been! I was thrilled when the new manager told me not only could I teach watercolor, but also acrylics...and they were going to allow me to teach in the larger Rec Center. We were so cramped in the small center at the back of the park! This will allow me to open up the class to more students.
So I'm back to playing bumby ball and line dancing and riding my bike! Every night has a Happy Hour or two or three...LOL! I can't tell you how great it is to know that we are truely free....NO MORE HOUSE...to worry over.
Life is GOODE!