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Travel Blogs from Silver City
... homes in the caves 700 years ago.
It was about a mile hike up to see the dwellings and you crisscrossed back and forth across bridges over the Gila River to get there. There was volunteers at the start of the trail keeping track of who was heading up and warning people that the trail is steep in some parts, and to be careful of rattlesnakes. They said every ...
... 8221; between these house size
boulders here, hearing and feeling the wind, with it's grit, that has
shaped this “City of Rocks”. Just taking it in, enjoying it all,
..take care...stay well...do good..
..from “Don't Squat With Yer Spurs
….“After weeks of beans and taters,
even a change to taters and beans is ...
... among the rocks that were formed by a large volcanic eruption millions of years ago. These sites are unique and on the Sunday that we were there many were rented out just for the day for picnics. There are also 10 sites with water and electricity located at the southern part of the campground and only three of these can be reserved. The site we had was a very nice pull through with a covered table facing the rocks. It cost us $24 and $10 of ...
... the rooms. This group of cliff dwellings is one of only
a few that allows the public to climb into and explore the rooms. We were lucky to arrive at the base of the
dwellings when a volunteer ranger was beginning a program, he lead a small group
of people through the rooms explaining how the structures were built and how
the people lived. It was truly an awe
inspiring morning. After leaving the
... out south on The Turquoise Trail, NM State Highway 14, toward Albuquerque and I25 South. From there it would be south to Socorro, and then west on 60 to Datil. Here's where the scenic beauty really kicks in for me. From Datil, NM, I headed S/W on 12, and down into the Gila National Forest, one of the most beautiful and wonderful National Forests I've ever been in.
About 15 miles past Reserve, NM, turn left onto 180 toward Silver City. Seeing as how I'd been in these parts a ...