The Black Range Lodge

Address: 119 Main Street, Kingston, Sierra County, New Mexico, 88042, United States | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Kingston

    "Happy Camper!"

    A travel blog entry by maxlite on Aug 02, 2015

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    ... down today. Some very nice pottery pieces; the lady who was overseeing the gallery was originally from PA. She has 2 sons--one in CA & one in CO. She loves Silver City and its four distinct seasons. Seems that spring is the least favorite season as it brings dry, windy weather. We left that gallery,and a couple of doors down, Chuck discovered a bar that had been closed because the building that housed it ...

    From Chuck at Fort Bayard National Cemetary

    A travel blog entry by maxlite on Aug 01, 2015

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    ... were many there like that. Also, many where you could not make out the inscription. One section contained a lot of women, the wives of veterans. I will not go into my feelings regarding this experience, as it would surely graduate into how badly this government is denigrating the efforts of veterans. I have some posted. Read Cheryl,s ...

    Past and Present Voices

    A travel blog entry by maxlite on Aug 01, 2015

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    ... time, a past war. But, the cause for which they served their country will remain ever present if we properly raise our children to value being a citizen of the United States, and if we teach them the priceless treasure of individual freedoms--unknown, unheralded--in many parts of this shared world. The blast of gunfire continues to echo in the distance. It comes as an affirmation that it takes overwhelming power to maintain ...

    From Chuck at Fort Bayard

    A travel blog entry by maxlite on Aug 01, 2015

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    ... 4. Amazingly, given the age, there has never been any archeology work done here. This is any amazing place. It has been listed as a National Historical Landmark. Unfortunately, this is not necessarily a good thing, unless the government is willing to step up a provide funding for restoration. There is a private group ...

    White Sands NM/ City of Rocks State Park, NM

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Mar 31, 2013

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    ... movie and convinced us to drive the 16 mile loop trail into the sand dunes. There were pullouts and parking all along the way and at the end many people were sledding or sand boarding on the high dunes. They had an Easter egg hunt here so today is the busiest day of the year at this park. It was very interesting and especially to see sand plows clearing the drive from sand just like snow plows in the winter. We had been told by others that tourists ...