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... br> The Mimbres people lived here almost a thousand years ago and remain
an enigma. Archeologists can only speculate about their beginnings
(perhaps evolved from Mogollon culture), and especially about their
ultimate fate. Graceful Mimbreņo pottery is the most famous artifact of
the culture. Pottery often depicted geometric designs, daily routines,
or animals—cranes, turkeys, fish, hummingbirds, even ...
... in Juarez alone, while 2012 only had 750. Almost all murders are drug and cartel related. In contrast, El Paso is one of the safest cities in the United States for it's size. In 2012, they had something like a dozen or so murders. That's a pretty big difference. Juarez is also known as the worst place to cross the border into Mexico. Period. We passed.
We headed into New Mexico and after a bit more ...
... with three young sons, who is the
top rider in Arizona this year. Another couple from the Bay Area in
California, with a special needs son, here also for the race. The
race, “Silver City's Tour of the Gila”. True, Lance wasn't here
but that didn't dampen any spirits, in fact race week enjoyed perfect
weather! More on that here:
This RV park also accepts ...
... were brutal, but the payoff was well worth it! The view 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 ...
... vs. doing the tours at the Cliff Dwellings where there are physical structures to look at. Needless to say, it was a disappointment.
But the other volunteer that went with us on the tour turned out to be the hiking expert for the area and gave us a location for one of the Continental Divide Trail Trailheads. It turned out to be along a highway that we planned to drive on our return and we found it with no problem. He had told us we could go south ...