Atrium West Inn Hotel & Suites
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- Swimming pool
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Wednesday's seven hour drive to Fort Stockton, TX was a pleasant one. The beautiful rugged terrain was unexpected. We thought of nephew Jacob in his Great Divide Ride last summer as we crossed the continental divide in southern New Mexico. We've heard much chatter about that famous mountain bike route from many folks here in the southwest. After hitting Las Cruces, NM we veered south into Texas and the sprawling city of El Paso. The border to Mexico is so close that I received ...
... Deming and all along the way, we noticed drones flying overhead - we're close to the Mexico border. The roads were terrible - DOT workers need to start doing some repairs on these roads. The reason I say this is that big headline news last night reported that the NM DOT workers were caught partying in a local hotel and there were many arrests and some DOT workers fired.
When we arrived in ...
... in Fort Stockton about 4:45, went over to the Flying J to fill up (that way all we have to do is get on the road tomorrow) then made our way to the RV park. The office was closed, but there were envelopes in which to place our money, so after robbing Bob's change collection, we managed to give them the exact amount.
For dinner we had roast beef sandwiches, Arby's FF with Arby's Sauce. No we did ...
So, we stopped to eat dinner,
Dave took Sandy for a walk.
Then decided to get some badly needed rest again. Watched some TV and then of to sandland.
When we woke up, the battery to the Honda ...
... 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 ...