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Travel Blogs from Silver City
... the local bike shop to get it repaired. The man there said with all the cactus around here it was a very common problem! We walked around the small town and went in some shops then had lunch at a restaurant with the best quesadillas! After checking in to the campground we hung out at the pool for the rest of the afternoon and then played some basketball.
... Divide, we may need our sweaters! But that won't last long
as we will be back in the desert of Utah, but I get ahead of myself.
Enough about me, how about you? Spring
flowers blooming in your yard? Or maybe snow, like Brent and Diane
who returned to Alberta, and a foot of fresh snow just for them!! Are
you making plans for your summer vacations yet? Today, I have no internet while Teena enjoys ...
... are warnings all over to watch out for sandstorms not only here but in this part of the country. We were also warned about the Monsoons that come in during the month of April with all the flash floods. I think we will be out of monsoon area in about three days.
We were to spend one night at the City of Rocks State Park about 25 miles north of Deming and 20 miles south of Silver City known for silver and copper mining and an interesting ...
Today we headed into the past,
to the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Park.
The Cliff Dwellings were 45 miles north of Silver City, but because of
the sharp curves and steep inclines of the road the trip took us 2 hours, the drive
passed through extensive pine forests, and along mountain ridges with fantastic
views. Nearing the National Park we
passed through an area that recently ...
... of "HELP!" in case anyone might miraculously be close enough by to hear me. I wasn't hopeful.
Within a minute or so I realized that I could lighten the weight on my foot by off loading all the gear that was strapped to the bike. I was able to reach the strap buckles and release them both, and off fell the three pieces of gear that I routinely travel with: my waterproof duffle; my rolled up thermarest; and the bag containing my tent. With this weight off the bike, I ...