Thursday, November 19, 2015

Junction, TX to Fort Stockton, TX

Bob and I continued to head west on Wednesday. Topography became more wide open as we drove along Rte 10, with mesas and prairie.
We saw wind farms along the way, with huge turbines that looked so small, off in the distance, but in actuality are huge.
We arrived in Fort Stockton at about 2:00 pm, and paid our $13.00 (Passport America rate) for a 30 amp site and cable tv. A neighbor walked over to introduce himself as Ed.  He asked Bob some  questions about his rig, which was a Tiffin Allegro Open Road and only about 6 weeks old.

After a few minutes of conversation we were invited to his happy hour to meet his wife Nan and another Tiffin owner, Joe, and his wife Brenda. We had a very nice time chatting about our lifestyle and we stayed until the shadows were long, the temperatures were dropping, and pizza arrived for their dinner. We declined their offer to share their meal, since we had chicken to eat up from earlier in the week.

It was a nice day. Tomorrow we will be changing time zones and entering Mountain Time, two hours behind our NJ family and friends.

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