Bear Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... if funds are not found to renew its tired, aging voice, the stories may be lost--forever. Chad and Elisa have composed an excellent article about this historical landmark. I will make sure that family and friends receive a copy. Their hearts were captured by the haunting grace of this grand, old Fort. From Fort Bayard, we drove to an Episcopal church that was established by George Hearst's mother, Phoebe Hearst, in Pinos ...
Relatively easy drive today. Only about a 4 Hour Dr. from Tucson to Silver city. We exited highway 10 at Lordsburg New Mexico. Then going east on 90 to 180. From Lordsburg it's a gradual climb all the way to Silver city. Was taxing on the truck at times. We passed over the continental divide at 6355 feet. Silver city seems like a relatively nice community. All the amenities you want. We equated to kind ...
... is very rich in many minerals and has been mined since 1800.
We successfully tuckered out Harley so we left him in the motor home and headed off in the Jeep to check out the cliff dwellings, about 45 miles away. The road getting there was very narrow with tight curves for most of the way. It was a road carved out of the middle of the forest and was a beautiful drive.
Once we arrived at the Gila Cliff Dwellings ...
Crossed into New Mexico and didn't have much planned except for Deming. Took a look at the property my grandparents bought years ago. It's an acre about 5 miles east of town.
We decided to drive north to Silver City to camp. Stayed at the KOA and met a retired couple who work there. They get to keep their RV for free if ...
... a mine so large. It's a major employer here and puts food on the table of many homes in this remote region.
We leave the copper mine and decide to go to an old army base called Fort Bayard. It had to do with the indian wars, and in the days when it was still a major disease, a tuberculosis hospital. It was actually a working hospital until 2010, when it closed and the entire property of about 400 acres was abandoned. They ...