Bear Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Silver City
... our visit to the Silver City museum, housed in what was once a "millionaire's mansion" in 1881.
Real estate is ridiculously cheap- we looked at a mercantile in a historical building downtown that included 2 storefronts, a theater and studio lofts for only $184,000!
... kinda spooky, but it just draws you to it. Laruie and I were discussing it with a local there shooting pictures. We compared it to Chernobyl, without the radiation. It's like everyone just walked away one day and left everything there.
I could stay at Fort Bayard with my film cameras for weeks, shooting hundreds of rolls of films. It was just an incredibly interesting place...and such a testament to those who have gone before ...
... were seeing. You had to climb up ladders to see certain parts of the caves and had to take a long ladder to get out. This was so great to see in person and what a way to learn a little history too!
We had a picnic lunch at the bottom then drove to the Middle Fork hiking trail which ran along the Gila River ending up at a Hot Springs which reaches 140 degrees. ...
... 8221; between these house size
boulders here, hearing and feeling the wind, with it's grit, that has
shaped this “City of Rocks”. Just taking it in, enjoying it all,
..take care...stay well...do good..
..from “Don't Squat With Yer Spurs
….“After weeks of beans and taters,
even a change to taters and beans is ...
... up the
mountain side the cliff dwellings came into view, it was an impressive
sight. Many groups of people inhabited
the caves for thousands of years, but it was the Mogollon culture that built
the stone dwellings inside the caves; which they occupied from 1270 to 1300,
and then they moved for unknown reasons. The caves and the dwellings were high on the
sheer rock face, making it necessary to use a ladder ...