Judy and Vicki arrived at Bisbee early and checked out the town.
When she returned home I batted around a catnip toy, the result of her morning shopping. It was a nice bit of recreation to work out the kinks of the day’s heavy meditation.
The adobe inn encompassing the patio where the Lady Banksia Rose Tree thrives was one of the first structures built in Tombstone. In 1935 the Macias family changed the name of the adobe structure from the Arcade to The Rose Tree Inn and has continually tended the rose bush for four generations. Every author who has visited Tombstone has found his or her way to the inn, not only for the fine accommodations, but to seek out Mrs. Macia’s vast knowledge of the area’s history.
Judy related the time she passed through eight years ago on her initial trip to Florida. Recently widowed, she recalled their friendliness with an invitation to the potluck that night. Even though she was not an Escapee member at the time she was touched by their kindness.
The new owners of the park Sharon, Sue and their timid dog Shila were accommodating and eager to make their new adventure during their retirement years a success.
After another beautiful sunset, morning found Tika and me discussing our route.
Tika informed me that she and Vicki wanted to stop at an SKP park in Pecos which would cause them to veer sixty miles from our planned route. I told her Judy and I decided to stay on schedule and we could meet up in Hondo Texas.
I sat for awhile reviewing our adventures and wondered what was in store next.
Check out our books, COAST TO COAST WITH A CAT AND A GHOST and our newest, GOING HOME WITH A CAT AND A GHOST on Amazon. The best gift for the holidays or a birthday http://www.amazon.com/JUDY-HOWARD/e/B005H1KXYU/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0is a book.