We stopped in Albuquerque for two nights so we could visit with our kids. This was a great summer for Jim because he got to spend time with all four of his sons. That doesn’t happen very often.
Steve and his Dad
We let the kids decide where we were going to dinner and they made a great choice. Cracker Barrel. One of our favorite.
Jen is really tiny and we all decided that the child’s rocker would be the perfect size for her.
We had a fantastic visit with the kids. A really nice way to spend Halloween.
The next day we were going to go as far as Holbrook, AZ but when we got there the weather people were predicting 50 mph winds and possible snow flurries for the next day. Jim looked at me after we got fuel and said we’re going down the mountain into the valley. So over 400 miles later, we arrived in Apache Junction.
Saturday morning we got up early and unloaded the Bungalow into the fiver. We parked in Ron’s spot since they hadn’t arrived from Canada yet. We got everything moved and sat down for a minute. I asked Jim when he wanted to move the Bungalow to it’s storage spot and he said right now. As he started to pull out, a motorhome came rolling down the street. Talk about perfect timing. Yep – Ron and Theresa.
The rest of Saturday and Sunday are just a blur because we were exhausted. Sure feels good to be back in the desert.
Our first Arizona sunrise.