Tuesday, April 18, 2017


Currently in Albuquerque NM (Low 48 Partly Sunny and Very Warm High 82) 

Really catching up on an old blog entry. Digging around our blog we found this entry which we thought we had already published. In fact we double checked to make sure it wasn't already there. This covers our October 2016 stay at Stagecoach Stop RV Park in Rio Rancho New Mexico after our stay at the Presidents Campground at the International Balloon Fiesta.

Since we have stayed there before we didn't take pictures of the park. After we left we realized that those visits were in the Cameo and not the Lifestyle.

Getting to the park is more of a challenge now than it was earlier. They have widened the road and put in a median. Unfortunately our GPS devices have not been updated which we followed until we were in front of a detention center. Bob started backing up when an officer came out of the building to give us directions. Told us it happens all the time. Once we knew the secret handshake to get to the park we were fine, especially every trip after that we didn't have a 40' fifth wheel in tow :-)

Once we got to the park which had asphalt roads and sites. There was rock between the sites. The pad was long enough for the Lifestyle with the truck parked next to it on an asphalt parking space. Hookups were convenient. Since the park has not changed from the last visit here are a couple of photos left and right of the site with the Sandia Mountains in the distance.

Although there are trees we were able to get a good line of sight for our roof mounted automatic satellite dish. We will get photos of the Lifestyle during our next visit. Like the Balloon Fiesta Presidents Campground and the KOA in Albuquerque where we are now Stagecoach Stop has location, location, location. This campground is real close to The Range Cafe, one of our favorite places to eat. Plus there is a Walmart close by and a new shopping area across the highway. We will definitely stay here again although the nearby Sadie's Restaurant has since closed.

Till next time,

Bob and Jo

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