Rodeway Inn Silver City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... him being tackled off his bike, pinned down by the beer dog and cavity searched for the hard liquor. After the hilarious unnerving incident, we continued to travel north on I-25, then west on highway 152 to Silver City. This highway is not for passengers in a car. Puke city. There were so many turns, curves and switchbacks that even the bikes had to slow down some. We finally made it ...
... coverage of a couple hundred miles. They're really handy for tracking drug planes.......and where it's located, in west Texas, I'm sure that's exactly what it's used for. We snapped a pic from a safe (i.e. won't get arrested) distance and got back on the road.
We went a few miles.....and headed into the next wide spot in the road...and it hit me. This would be a great place for a picture! It's valentine's ...
... dinner on the way home and then went swimming before bed.
We're really glad we made the trek to see the cliff dwellings. It's certainly not something you have the chance to see everyday. We've had so many amazing opportunities to see things on this trip we may never see again. We hope the kids will be able to look back at the pictures and realize just how lucky they are!
... in Silver City, NM. Nice owners. Well, that really doesn't do them justice. They were the poster hosts for KOA worldwide. We saw another bike come in after us last night. This morning he came over to introduce himself. He had a long, long Surly bike. He left from Fort Lauderdale and is turning at Silver (local slang) to bike the continental divide and end up in Seattle. He will raft in Moab along the way. A marine engineer by trade, but judging from all his adventure, he ...
... 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.