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... t too bad driving through.
Ran into a few showers at various times, but nothing like what Ronny & Linda drove through yesterday, apparently. Several areas were having some drainage problems, but it wasn't too difficult.
We stopped at the Walmart in Carlsbad about 1:15 and walked around a bit then took a Subway break.
We crossed back into Texas about 2pm (MDT), 3pm (CDT). ...
... is still pretty big.
The Flats jumped out of the car and ran to the foot of the roadrunner. They are right about the "Welcome". And after looking around, Flat Bill saw a liquor store called "It's 5-o clock somewhere" and wanted a drink but we told him it was too early. After all it was 3pm....not 5-o'clock. Cris ...
... down to prevent wind damage.
While I was breaking camp the next morning, a man who was camping nearby came over and said that he noted we were from NC. He said that his family were from NC, and were from Yadkin County! His last name was Jester, and said that his grandfather was one of 10 children in the Boonville area, and the only one to leave NC for Texas! Again, small ...
... breaker - six times in 20 minutes! We looked at each other, I asked him if he felt like getting up every 5 minutes to go outside and reset the breaker, and we packed up. I went in to the office on our way out, told the guy we were leaving and why. He said we were using too much electric. Hmmmm.. Told him his website listed no restrictions on usage, he supposedly supplied 50 amp service that, BTW, was not. His 120V only came thru at 115-117V. We were ...
... were starting to bend. A few of the poles bent pretty bad and then one actually snapped in half. This was a problem. We had to take all the tents down as we had just passed half way and we still needed these tents for another week and a half. We were all just going to have to sleep in the van.
As we all frantically tried to take down the tents quickly, a man who owned an RV in the park approached our Trek Leader. He offered to take everyone in his RV for the night as we ...