We stopped at the Anza Borrego Desert Nature Center. That is a neat place to spend a lot more time than we had. We closed the store!
The decision was made by a unanimous vote that we were way too hungry to go home and cook.
We chose Carmelita’s Mexican Grill and Cantina for a first time visit. We were not disappointed. The wait staff is friendly and eager to please. The food is excellent. Carmelita's seems to be the place where the locals come to eat since we heard the I'll have my regular more than one time.
John had the delicious (I know .... because I swiped a couple of bites) Shrimp Chiveche. The portion is much larger than it looks in my photo. If I were to get much closer, John probably would have given me a hammer lock for stealing his food!
I indulged in a Mexican Shrimp Cocktail. Oh, Yum! Yep, one shrimp disappeared before I took the photo.
I really enjoy Mexican Shrimp Cocktails. They are a complete meal, just like the Chiveche.
We left Carmelita’s
|Kurt and Mary's
|Ryan and Leigh's
Kurt, Leigh and Ryan all work from their respective Airstreams. Mary is homeschooling their twelve year old daughter, Kathryn.
Rich, Eleanor and Emma who turns out to be best Airstream buds with Kathryn.
Rich is the editor of Airstream Life.
It was refreshing to hear teen age giggles out in the desert as the girls explored.
Yesterday, Kyle, Mary, Kathryn, Rich, Eleanor and Emma left for Anza Borrego State Park for the weekend. They had paid for reservations and did not want to waste their money. They had no idea how nice boondocking could be.
Hopefully, we will see them on the road. Leigh, Ryan and Curtis are still behind us. It was fun to meet new people, once more.
|Oliver and Curtis Playing Ball
It appears that Oliver is having a bad hair day! Oh that wind. What's a macho, macho man to do?
All dog photos were taken by Leigh with her wonderful camera. (Hint, hint, Santa!)
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God bless you all!