Casitas de Gila Guesthouses
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Woke up early again. I think it has to do more with the time difference as I am getting tired early and waking early. It is a 2 hours later here so 9 pm is 11pm at home. Did some computer work, journaling, hard disk backup, backup to the cloud and downloading photos from my iPhone.Left at a casual 11 am and hit the road with my goal today being the Gila Cliff Dwellings. ...
... found the guy at the auto parts store sold us the wrong fog light. Then we decided to jump in the hot springs, which was so refreshing. After our dip, we headed back and started dinner - chicken, parmesan pasta and green beans. Once we had finished dinner, and cleaned up the dishes, we decided to go back for another dip in the hot springs. This time we were joined by another older couple. We chatted with them about our adventure, and we talked about all the places ...
... dark, ate a simple dinner of sardines and miso soup, as I recall, and headed into the tent pretty early. I think I spent about 11 hours in the sack that night, and it felt just right. A gentle drizzle kept me company during the night and into the early morning, but nothing that caused any inconvenience or trouble. By the time I was packed up and ready to head out again, all was in good order, and I headed back down 15 into Silver City once again.
The drive up (literally I think it peaks above 7500 feet) was amazing and not as bad as last night into Silver City. The most amusing this is to see all the Cattleguard signs. It seems like nothing would be out here but Tracy actually saw a free-range cow! We would hate to be in charge of
keeping up with that herd.
The day was spent at the dwellings, which seemed to be staffed solely by volunteers. One ...
... down Kathy and Jim’s offer to spend the night…frankly, it’s easier to just sleep in the camper sometimes since we don’t have everything we need neatly packed in a suitcase. The next morning we awoke early and munched on stuff in the frig: Jake—hard boiled eggs and ham, me—a thick slice of ...