I LOVED Truth or Consequences! Enough so, that I will consider it as a possibility for my home-base, when I am ready to make that decision.
We stayed at the Artesian Bath House and RV Park. The park and facilities are older, but very clean and the owner, Bill, is awesome! He will go out of his way to make sure his guests are happy and comfortable. The rates are beyond reasonable.
·$100.00 per month plus electric
·$65.00 weekly plus electric
·$20.00 Nightly full hookup
·$15.00 Nightly electric only
·$10.00 Nightly dry camp
It's also only a block from the Rio Grande. At the water front park there are hiking trails, fishing and the unofficial dog park.The Rio Grande was much grander at this point.
To top off a wonderful week, my friends Alan, Joann and Snickers joined me for a few days.
They took me out sight-seeing (next post), fed me, allowed me to watch TV in their big, comfortable 5th wheel and spoiled Stumpy rotten. Best of all were the multiple daily dog walks along the river.
Just when I thought the whole Tor C experience couldn't get any better we met up with local resident and my RTR buddy, Bri and his lovely wife Kit, who I had been dying to meet for years. They were kind enough to give us a tour of their lovely residence and their many wheels.
Joann, Alan, Bri and I then went to Maria's, a wonderful Mexican Restaurant, in the Williamsburg section (Thanks Bri!) of Tor C, for lunch. One day, I swear, I am going to order something other than Chile rellanos. But, GAWD! I just can't seem to help myself!
Thanks to my good friends for a great time, lots of laughs and memories to last a lifetime!
As a side note, Briii has a sweet, older, converted short bus for sale. You can contact him through his blog.
I am done trying to align things in this blog. Blogger can do whatever it likes (and does.)