But before we left, the propane truck came by. It is so convenient being able to have the propane truck fill up your RV right at the campground. And cheap. Propane is about 47 cents per litre here. We paid $1.12 per litre in Nova Scotia last spring! Oh, and the Canadian dollar hit a record high versus the Mexican peso yesterday...it is now cheaper than ever for Canadians to visit Mexico!
As soon as the propane truck had finished filling up our RV's, we left on our hike.
As we left, we saw Donkey Hote enjoying his new life at the campground.
Paul, Helen, and Ruth
Hiking over to the castle.
And, there it is.
The guy who owns this place has been building it for about 10 years. The lower part is a banquet hall and restaurant, with living quarters above. It was supposed to be open two years ago, but never did, and now he says "next month". I guess we'll see! It definitely took some imagination to build, and some of the decorating is a bit on the tacky side, but it's interesting nonetheless.
Osa and Ruth enjoying the view.
The road leading up to the place is lined with John Deere farm implements!
A couple of the campers are headed for a local hot springs this morning, so I think we're going to go with them. A good soak in the hot water sounds like a great idea!