The Black Range Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wild pigs so I stopped the truck and watched as they climbed the hill.After driving a few hours the road slowly flattened and I could go over 60 again. The mountains rolled into hills and flatter grasslands. I rolled into Truth or Consequences looking for gas on a whim. Had a late lunch since there are no places for food or gas in the mountains. I discovered that the town is a hot spring hot spot! Found a motel with a hot spring bath and spent the ...
... was bigger.
We then drove back through another town about 20 miles away that had almost died when the silver ran out, but there were a few hardy souls who had stayed on and kept the town alive. There were a couple of restaurants and a couple of kitchy gift shops and an empty police car with blacked-out windows that sat at the edge of town. We decided to eat at one of the restaurants, and ...
... from surrounding towns come here for the day like they are going to the beach with food, drink, grills etc but they bring all types of things to sled on from the top of the dunes. This park is surrounded by the White Sands Missile Range on all sides. The missile range is where they tested the first atomic bomb and still have missile blasts where the area and interstate have to be closed down for over three hours. There is also an Air Force ...
... a road tripper from Spokane spending the winter around NM. Great lady. Also met a very nice couple from TX who are on a hot springs road trip. Think we may have a future SMB owner. They have plans for bouncing to Mexico and thought the van would be perfect. They are right!!
Thank you Faywood. We are so happy to have you back.
... for my sugar at this store and had fun looking around.
From there we went to the main street of their downtown historic district and walked up and down both sides. Sadly, there are quite a few empty buildings but still a good selection. Highlights included a great cappucino, a silver angel Christmas ornament which will remind me of Silver City and New Mexico, a yarn shop, an Army surplus store, and the food co-op.
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