Comfort Inn Silver City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We chatted amicable with one of the artists and admired both her work and that of her husband. From the church, we drove a short distance to another charming and equally rustic structure that was the first school house in the area. There we talked with a couple from Albuquerque who had ridden over for the day on their Harley. We bid each other safe travel and headed our separate ways. "Our way" took us in search of ...
A cooler, cloudy day as we leave Van Horn this morning - at least that's how it started out. Route 54 saw us head towards El Paso, Andy S deciding against refuelling before we left, as we've become so used to finding fuel readily available in the US. Unfortunately that almost proved to be our undoing, as there was nowhere to fill up en route and the three other bikes reached the filling station ...
... By the way… she is 82.
The dwellings were something to see and were quite well preserved for the most part – especially considering they are believed to have been built in the 1200s. We spent about an hour there listening to what the volunteers had to share about the site. We did see a lizard or two, but thankfully, no rattlesnakes. Just before we headed back we heard the two-way radio on one of the ...
... the signal and attacked Marley. He got stung on his paw and was in pretty bad pain for about an hour. Ray came and put some granular poison down to kill the colony.
We did have an enjoyable night camping. Cooked some veggie burgers and burritos and had a nice fire. Everything stayed dry until morning when we had ...
... and forts that protected the trade routes to Santa Fe. This is a big farming area because the Rio Grande irrigates the fields (we didn’t see any water). This area is known for the alfalfa, chilies, onions, corn, cotton and pecans. New Mexico State University is also located here.
I can’t say I was impressed with this town or city. There are a lot of housing developments here but still this region looks poor. We also had ...