Kent’s birthday and a Trip to Mexico

Two weeks ago Kent had his birthday. It was a birthday worth celebrating. Since my niece was in town as well and she wanted to see Mexico , we did both things. On our way to Mexico we stopped for Kent’s free birthday breakfast at Denny’s.


Then we drove to the border and went across at Nogales. It was the first time for Kent and I to go across at this particular town. It was fun. It was a chance for Jana to see a little of Mexico and for her to get some gifts for family and friends. She had fun bargaining with the shop owners and changing money as well.



We then had lunch of fresh tacos from a street vendor. It was good.


We then went back to the US and stayed at a nice motel for the night in Tucson. Jana had booked us some really nice rooms. When we went into ours..we were surprised as it was huge. And with a big jacuzzi type tub. Well, I had to use that since I do not have a tub in my RV. That was a treat.


Jana shared her sunset view from her room with us. Really pretty sunset!


We decided to go out for dessert to celebrate Kent’s birthday. Kent got a delicious chocolate cake with peanut butter icing. Really good but I decided to have Creme Brulee which is my favorite! Jana had a pretzel as she likes salty things better.


Come back for the the rest of the story.

Love, Jan for the Roaming Reimers

3 Responses to “Kent’s birthday and a Trip to Mexico”

  1. LuAnn Says:

    Happy belated birthday Kent! 🙂


  2. Mike Beldon Says:

    Hey Kent, sorry we missed your birthday. Sounds like you had an enjoyable time.

    Happy belated Birthday,

    Mike, Daylene & Edna


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