A fun end to the day

We had no issues coming in to Mexico nor with the required paperwork required to get in.
The day started at 7:15AM and 281 miles later we arrived at the Fletcha station about 3:40PM. We had to wait almost an hour for a site to open up. I had to drive the RV in as Colin directed me.
About 4:15PM Dianne and Bob, our neighbours who live across the street from us in Kelowna, dropped by for a very quick visit. They had asked us to pick up a few groceries for them.This is their first time driving to Mexico and currently are staying with other neighbours (from our street back home), at Totonaka RV Park in San Carlos.
It gets dark about 5:30 PM so Bob needed to leave before it did. Just about an hour later my good friend, Ferne, showed up with her friends ( their first time in mainland Mexico ).This truck stop was full full full. It wasn’t too long after dark that Colin noticed what he thought was Ferns’ RV coming in. It was. So we put her behind us  and her friends parked behind another semi that had extra space in be
Then once settled they all came over for a drink.  Finally about 8:45 PM we were able to make a quick dinner for ourselves.
So as I am much too tired to do a proper post with photos etc, this mini version will keep you updated. I promise to add a few details tomorrow.
Gosh I just woke up without publishing this post  Photos to come.
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16 thoughts on “A fun end to the day

  1. Jim and Barb says:

    Good to hear your crossing went well!

    1. We think it went well, not so great for others. But we have been doing this for at least 20 years.

  2. Cindy says:

    Glad the crossing went well!

  3. rococo n The Great SouthWest USA & Baja says:

    Travel safe!

  4. It has been a long haul with “stuff” happening, so glad you are now in Mexico!

    1. We are so HAPPY to be here.

  5. Yvette says:

    I am always so amazed by your ability to do such regular daily blog updates, particularly while en route. Although I blog too, I just can’t find the energy at the end of a travel day. Good for you! And thank you for these, following your travels and the gorgeous pictures to and from Mexico is what inspired us to begin doing the same. Safe travels to you.

    1. Welcome to my blog post and thank you for your comment.It is really difficult to find the energy to post but I find inspiring by the comments I get. So glad that you have come to love Mexico a we have. I will get back to you within 48 hours re your request.

  6. Gail Kelly Florence says:

    Good to read you are doing ok and arrived in Mexico.

    1. Nice to hear from you Kelly. The worst is over, we shall be home soon.

  7. Karen says:

    Gosh soooo glad to hear you’re almost at your second home!! We used to stay at totanaka on our way, it sounds like the truck stop is a pretty happening place! Safe travels waiting for photos

    1. Once you read the next post you will surprised at much of a happening it is.

  8. Croft says:

    No matter how many time we cross, it is always a relief to get across into Mexico. We were always prepared but once we were almost turned back because we could not produce our marriage license, something I have never heard of anyone else ever being asked for. Norma defused the situation by turning it into a joke, saying it had crumpled away with age. She laughed and let it go, telling us to get a copy for next time. We did but were never asked for it again.

    1. Good for Norma. Since you told me that story we now carry a copy of our marriage certificate.

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