Rodeway Inn Silver City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as a school guidance counselor in Albuquerque, and now is a national parks volunteer. He was very knowledgeable, and answered a lot of questions. He is truly a credit to the national park service volunteers.
Marty told us about how the people lived, when they lived there (around 1200 AD), and details about their lives. We wandered the caves, saw where the people lived, and how they lived. It was a great place to visit, and it ...
... the local bike shop to get it repaired. The man who fixed the tire said with all the cactus around there 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.
May 2, 2013
City of Rocks SP, NM
We are in New Mexico! but still in the
Chihuahuan Desert, another State Park.
The Kneeling Nun Tuff that make up the
rocks here was produced millions of years ago by a very large
volcanic eruption, oops! to much info! Lets just say that wind,
rain, freeze, thaw and plant life over thirty-five million years has
turned this place into ...
We climbed into the tent last night and it was sooo cold. We had layers and layers on and still slept a little cool. We were off the main road on a dirt side road. There seemed to be nothing around us, but in the middle of the night, twice, a barking sound awakened us. It did not sound like a dog, but do coyotes bark? It was a high pitch like a coyote, but incessant barking. I've heard coyotes howl forever, but not bark.
We continued climbing this morning until ...
... to the camp ground we passed
by the Santa Rita Copper Mine, this was a massive open pit mine that has been
operating since the early 1900’s, 365 days a year 24 hours a day, extracting
copper, silver, gold and other precious metals.
It looked like they were digging away an entire mountain, including an
enormous pit, and moving the waste material to create a new mountain.