The Wilderness Lodge and Hot Springs
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... road on NM35. I also recommend Mesa Verde National Park in southwestern Colorado--a little easier to get to and far more elaborate than Gila Cliff Dwellings.
Be sure to stop in Silver City, a charming little spot to get gas, food and lodging before you brave the road to the Cliff Dwellings. I stocked up my cooler with healthy items from their Food Coop and strolled around the main street.
... We trudge on up, but at a pace slower than we normally do. It's just not wise to push things when you're this far out in the boonies.
We get to the cliff dwellings, and Laurie is very excited. One of her degrees is in anthropology and it's of great interest to her. There are volunteers there to answer questions, and today, we talked to a guy named Marty Hooker. He was originally from Michigan, retired Air Force, worked 20 ...
... drove on past the world's largest chile and surprisingly the kids didn't want to stop and have their picture taken with it! Chiles are very popular in this part of the world and seem to be in everything. There was lots of roadside stands selling huge bundles of them. We saw lots of little sand storms along the road and had fun watching the tumbleweeds racing along next to ...
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 ...
... was fantastic and the ride downhill was just plain crazy. We didn't need to touch a pedal for the seventeen miles to Hillsboro, but our hands were locked into braking position by the time we reached the old, 1879, cafe for a well-deserved lunch.
Tough climb out of Hillsboro, but then we caught a tailwind across the flats that elicited pure joy. Over 35 mph, on the flat, with just the wind driving us. Luck found its way to our ...