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... are major ups and downs and you're at an elevation of over 7700 feet above sea level. You can burn a set of brakes up quick. I found myself gearing down the transmission to let the engine slow us. We made several stops to take in the view and take pictures. Sadly, the pictures don't show the magnificence of what we have seen. It's just too vast and too detailed. We saw quite a few black tail deer, and they are big! No other ...
We went through our first border control checkpoint on the way to Silver City. Being so close to the Mexician border these checkpoints seem to be pretty common. They didn't want to see ID and only asked where we were from and if there was anyone else in the back of the truck. After all the "hitchhikers may be escaped prisoners" signs they didn't need to worry about us picking anyone ...
Church on Sunday was at The Episcopal
Church of the Good Shepherd here in Silver City. Truly a great stop,
one of the most comfortable and welcoming churches so far. The Rev.
Paul Moore is younger, interesting, most engaging and a birder. Aside
from the city itself, this church alone brought us to ponder a longer
stay here. More at:
I have ...
... I have seen them is in this area with Scott and Terry Scholes on one of our bike trips. At that venture they ran right between our bikes.
We started out late because the higher altitude temps convinced us to huddle in our bags too long. Then we met Doug from a camp down the hill. He was escorted in late last night. I think he'd been sitting by his tent hoping we'd soon get out. As soon as Scott exited our cocoon he ...
... 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 ...