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... to our gps it would take until 7 PM to drive that far so I didn't ride today.
We saw 2 younger (ha!....by 50 years!!!!!) guys riding along a (what to us looked very dangerous) section of hiway 70. They were very confident while riding on the road. Cars had to go around them on a two lane hiway. ...
... We closed out our visit with a walk through the military cemetery.
I like going through grocery stores, as it teaches you a lot about where you are visiting. Cemeteries tell you about who lived there and who they were. It's small stones with blurbs about who the people were. So many were simple people who were thrust into extraordinary circumstances.....and became part of history. Some went on to have families and lives, ...
... Springs aren't managed at all by the park but the Ranger said individuals build little "tubs" with rocks where the river and hot spring meet making the water the perfect temperature for laying in. After all the rattlesnake talk earlier in the day we weren't overly impressed with the narrowness of the trail. It was only a foot wide with tall grass on either side. It felt like we ...
"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 east sector, (homage to Orwell), and we'd better be able to pedal fast ...
... the rooms. This group of cliff dwellings is one of only
a few that allows the public to climb into and explore the rooms. We were lucky to arrive at the base of the
dwellings when a volunteer ranger was beginning a program, he lead a small group
of people through the rooms explaining how the structures were built and how
the people lived. It was truly an awe
inspiring morning. After leaving the