We left Jojoba Hills on March 12 for a 7 month trip. Our first stop was the Escapade in Tucson, Arizona, where we served on staff. We were the lead Customer Service crew, and with another couple, checked in latecomers, people who were not registered, and those that wanted to come in earlier than they paid for. We had a great time there and saw lots of friends from previous years, and many Jojobians. We left there on March 23, and spent the first night at Dream Catcher, the Escapee park in Deming, NM.
From there we traveled to Van Horn, Texas, and stayed at Desert Willow RV Park, which was a Passport America park. It was OK; nothing great. Leaving there, John noticed some wear on one of our tires, so we headed Freightliner, in El Paso, to have the tires rotated. It was late in the day when they finished, so headed back to Desert Willow RV Park for the night..
The next morning we headed out for Ft. Stockton, Texas. We stayed in a really nice campground called Ft. Stockton Hilltop RV. Very clean and quiet, with great views.
From Ft. Stockton we traveled to Junction City to a city park that we had stayed in 10 years ago. They had major flooding several months ago and you couldn’t get near the water. This was a free campsite, though, and very quiet even thought there were several rigs there. An RV park across the river was completely washed out from the floods. I have a picture of what our site looked like.
Ten years ago you could walk right down to the water.
Not many pictures on this post but I promise to get better.