Bear Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Gila race. It's just as fun for travel by car or
motorcycle, or biking on your own, and offers a wealth of year-round
birding options. The byway crosses six climatic zones and a broad swath
of the Old West territory made famous by the daring exploits of Native
Americans, Buffalo Soldiers, frontier families and scurrilous outlaws.
You can't help but be touched by the spirits of those that have passed
... visible from the interstate....and it's tall. It's a very stark comparison...you look to your left, over top of the border fence into Mexico. El Paso has all the normal things we are accustomed to, like Home Depot, McDonalds, Kohls, Target....and Juarez has none of these.
Juarez, the city across the border from El Paso, has a murder rate that is off the chart...but down from years past. 2010 had over ...
... comforts of home” the thoughts of waking -up cold and kicking on
the heat holds no charm for us. Still, even with the uncertainty of
where we are going and what kind of weather we will stumble into, its
time to move.
Here at the Silver City RV Park, in
downtown Silver City, NM, We have meet some interesting people who
travel for different reasons. We meet two families who travel to
major bike races. One ...
"Are you going over the pass?!"
"Surely you're not planning on going over Emory, it's over 8,200 feet high!"
"If you're heading East do you realize this is the highest point you'll cross clear until the Atlantic Ocean?!"
"Ya better have low enough gears!"
These were the comments we were met with in Silver City as we pointed our tires eastward.
You'd have thought that there were flesh eating zombies in the ...
... among the rocks that were formed by a large volcanic eruption millions of years ago. These sites are unique and on the Sunday that we were there many were rented out just for the day for picnics. There are also 10 sites with water and electricity located at the southern part of the campground and only three of these can be reserved. The site we had was a very nice pull through with a covered table facing the rocks. It cost us $24 and $10 of ...