Comfort Inn Silver City
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We went through our first border control checkpoint on the way to Silver City. Being so close to the Mexician border these checkpoints seem to be pretty common. They didn't want to see ID and only asked where we were from and if there was anyone else in the back of the truck. After all the "hitchhikers may be escaped prisoners" signs they didn't need to worry about us picking ...
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and about the park; http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/cityof rocksstatepark.html
From any highpoint in the park
you look across a vast basin ringed by mountains, some thirty miles
away, in any direction! The elevation here is over five thousand
feet, the mountains that surround us reach up to eight thousand feet.
In fact, our ...
... In the outdoor park 60 rockets and missiles are displayed even a German V-2 rocket is exhibited. While we were driving along the highway overlooking the museum the rest area above had a rocket displayed.
Las Cruces - As we drove west on 70 we had to drive through the city of Las Cruces, NM. We needed to continue on interstate 10 west and there is no easy way to connect except for driving about 15 miles through the city. We were warned ...
... great park. The boys spent a fun afternoon there!
February 12 was Carolyn's birthday so after the usual birthday fair of opening presents we were off to go rock hounding. Something she has been looking forward to for while. With a map in hand and directions from the camp ground owner off we went.40 miles of highway driving, the 7 miles of dirt roads, and the 3 miles of dirt track, off in nowhere. That's when things started to get interesting. ...
... not the grain). We then enjoyed a beautiful drive over the Geronimo Scenic Byway west to Silver City. Emory Pass was 8200 feet and the peaks were 8900 feet. Lots of trees were a welcome relief from the desert we have been seeing for most of our trip. We went over the Mimbres Mountains and down to Silver City. The Mimbres and the Mogollons were prehistoric peoples in the area before the Apache that built the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed