Double E Buffalo and Cattle Guest Ranch

Address: 312 Hooker Loop, Gila, New Mexico, 88038, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gila

Not Much Going On Today!

A travel blog entry by maxlite on Aug 03, 2015

... of our family. Our love to all of you--family & friends!!! God bless you all. c & C P.S. We had a fabulous visit. Elina did as I predicted! Greeted Daddy then retreated to the sofa. However, having been trained well as a grandma by Jaden, I knew that a book & a couple of toys would do the trick! Within 5 min., Elina was all smiles & welcoming us into her world! She Is quite the ...


A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 10, 2015

... ground gradually changed to more hills and dry grasslands as I entered New Mexico. At the boarder there were quite a number of feed lots with thousands of cows packed tight together. I hope that they had a chance to roam the prairies before they were stuck in there to face their end. Near Gilla National Park I headed into the mountains on steep, narrow and winding ...

Silver City (aka Stuck City)

A travel blog entry by steppingout on Feb 08, 2013

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... a good morning wandering around town looking at the shops, the local museum and enjoying the falling snow?? !! Yes, about 5 cm of the white stuff fell that day. Luckily when the sun came out the next day most of it was gone. The town is a little rough round the edges but none the less a funky place to hang out, and boasts the best playground EVER - awesome play structures and climbing walls for all kids up to 12years old. The town spent a lot of money ...

May 21, 2012

A travel blog entry by wright2 on May 21, 2012

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... 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

Gila Cliff Dwellings and a great drive

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh on Jun 10, 2011

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... was so narrow they did not even bother to paint a median down the middle. As you were rounding curves you just hoped no other car was around the corner. This short, but adventurous drive took almost an hour. Our first glance of Silver City was of a junky place. I guess that’s just the way we came into town. We finally found the true downtown which is much like an artist colony – a New Mexico version of Sedona but more on the starving ...