The Black Range Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Of course, Captain Clare had to rise early to take sunrise pictures. It was easy to wake up early as we are 2 hours off in the Mountain Time Zone. I had to get some sunrise views over Alamogordo before we left this town. We headed south to visit the White Sands National Park. Huge dunes of gypsum sand, created ...
... cliff. The river carved the caves out ages ago and native people have been using the caves for thousands of years. The walls were added by a group that stayed in the fertile river valley for thirty years hunting and farming corn, beans and squash. The place still has thick soot deposits on the ceiling from over 700 years ago. So interesting standing in the dwellings where ancient people lived their lives.Headed out of the mountains to start heading ...
We are on open range, which means that cattle can be on the roads. Yesterday when we were coming to our campground, we came over a hill and there were several cows with their calves in the road. They looked at us and slowly plodded down the middle of the road, as if they were leading us home. They kept looking behind to make sure we weren't going to run them over, but they stayed right in the middle of the ...
Easter Sunday – March 31 We left Oliver Lee Memorial State Park and wished we had stayed two nights here. It was so beautiful last night with the full moon and the lights in the distance from White Sands National Monument and other towns above. The night was cool even though during the day it was almost 90 degrees. Drove north and then west about 15 miles to visit the White Sands National Monument. At the visitor center, they had exhibits and ...
Bethany had recommended we visit the Silver City area and skip Deming because she had spent some time there when hiking the Continental Divide Trail in 2007. The things she told me about it made me think we'd like it also. We considered finding an RV Park right in Silver City but we had heard about the City of Rocks State Park and opted to drive the 30 miles into town so we could enjoy it also.
We went into Silver City Saturday afternoon and our ...