Rodeway Inn Silver City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... We were really looking forward to going to some farmers markets on the trip but we seemed to keep missing them. We were excited to found out our timing worked to go to the Silver City farmers market. We went right there first and had fun walking around. There wasn't much fresh produce left but we were able to buy some baked goods instead! Caleb's bike tire had a small hole so we ...
... barking his head
off the entire time according to the Volunteer there.
but look around for more on the geology
of the area. Also the Santa Rosa Open Pit Copper Mine.
The morning is gone and we will
..stay well.. do good..
..from "Don't Squat With Yer Spurs On!"..
...Always try to be a bit nicer than is called for, but don't take too much guff...
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 ...
... painted upon it. That is why many are still preserved but still fragile. Glad we stayed another night. Tomorrow we will be staying overnight as part of the Harvest Host program in a winery in Deming before we get back on interstate 10 and cross into Arizona.
Sunday, March 31 – Easter – City of Rocks State Park, Faywood, NM. This is another NM state park located about 20 miles south of Silver City. There are 45 no hookup ...