Bear Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Bear Mountain Lodge Silver City
Travel Blogs from Silver City
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 ...
... And it's Saturday! We continued our trek.
Towards the end of our trip, one of the sights was an open pit copper mine. I am a mining engineer so yes, I was interested. There was an overlook and we were able to look into the property to see some of the mining operations. It was quite interesting. It was a short 10 minute stop....but I enjoyed it. I always like seeing other mining methods. The place was MASSIVE, and I've ...
... Byway. We stopped at a few of the scenic outlooks along the way which were beautiful. We saw a herd of deer about 5 minutes into our drive and pulled over and watched them for awhile. We made our usual stop at the Visitor Center for some information when we arrived and watched a short film about the history of the dwellings. They also had some artifacts from the Mongolian ...
... all spinning at once. There was an
overall cast of brown dust hanging over basin. With wildfires to the
west and snow to the north, New Mexico will work for now.
Each time we have moved north by a hundred
miles, we have turn back the calender on spring by at least ten days.
This is evident by the photos of the flowers that I have been sending
you. We have had days of over 100* since March. Atop ...
... a long large truck can be a problem. In this case a big problem. As we attempted to cross a rather deep wash, the truck grounded out on the rocky track - going forward was not a option. But backing up didn't look that great either. After much digging, moving of large rocks, scraping of the truck's underside, a few tears on Carolyn's part (how could this be happening on my birthday?!!), a few choice words by me, we finally got the truck out and turned ...