We had a very quiet night at the Deming Walmart. No RVs but tons of trucks. When we woke at 8 o'clock we had breakfast and when I stepped out into the warm morning air I saw that my exit from the parking lot was filled with a truck, so Nick and I quickly unhooked the Jeep and I backed the White Lion out of our parking space and hooked back up. No big deal.
We were on our way toward Tucson, Arizona by 9 o'clock. The western section of New Mexico was pretty with all the mountains. The grades up the mountains was sometimes stressful with the stress on the MH but we made them without too much problem.
It was only 86 miles to the Arizona border.Finally, we have officially arrived. And Yuma was not impressed!
Yuma meets a friend.
It wasn't long before we entered Tucson and I saw the sign pointing to Pima County Fairgrounds and decided a couple days rest at an RV Park would be just what the doctor ordered. It was about 1 o'clock and the temperature was 85 degrees. HOT! Heard on the news later that today broke the heat record for this date set back in 1922 at 84.