We stopped for breakfast in the little town of Arrey. I had called to the Arrey Café last night to see when they opened and was told they officially open at 8:00 a.m., but there would be people to let us in around 7:30 a.m., so our plans were set. When we pulled up to the restaurant at 7:30, there were already 4 or 5 vehicles parked in front. And when we went in, there was already about 10 people eating. We ordered and were waiting for our meals when a gentleman came around with a plate full of cake. He said it was a tradition of the place to give everyone a piece of cake on Sunday morning, so of course we accepted.
I ordered biscuits and gravy (full order). These were the best biscuits I have ever had. They were homemade and melted in your mouth. The gravy wasn’t bad either. Others had pancakes that filled their plates. This gave us more than enough energy for the gentle downward sloping ride to Las Cruces.
I failed to pack my camera today so I don’t have any pictures of the ride, but tonight we had a full moon and in Korean tradition this full moon was the time of Thanksgiving. We all have reason to give thanks and that goes for all of riders so I have attached a picture of the moon as it was rising for the evening.