Double E Buffalo and Cattle Guest Ranch

Address: 312 Hooker Loop, Gila, New Mexico, 88038, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 312 Hooker Loop, Gila.
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Travel Blogs from Gila

Gila

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 ...

The Gila ('Hee-la')

A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on May 15, 2012

16 photos

... headed too. They had been to many of the places and talked about their experience and made recommendations on what to do and to make sure we get gas when we can! They were super nice and from Indiana. Once we were nice and warm, we headed back to our tent, crawled in and looked at the stars. I have really come to like sleeping outside - when we can see the stars and don’t have to worry about rain :)


The downfall to our new campsite was the ...

Day 14 - Across the Gulf Coast and Southwest

A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Aug 05, 2011

8 photos

... had to divert back 35 miles towards El Paso, then try to get a car, etc. Although the winds were 25 knots right across the runway, I was able to touch down between gusts.

We had a fun evening with Rhett and Ann, and we’ll be sleeping by a bay window with an amazing view of the high desert.

Sean and I were beat after the long day in a hot, bumpy cockpit. Tomorrow, we're off to at least Boise, if not all the way home. ...

Gila cliff dwellings

A travel blog entry by tracyandjohn on Mar 20, 2011

1 comment, 32 photos

... in Michigan and only volunteers in winter and they get free lodging, something to think about for the future. They were helpful and happy to answer questions. Not much is known about the
functionality of the building rooms. Lots of speculation and guesswork. The current thinking is that although the caves have been used for 10,000 years the people who build the structures only lived there for one generation. ...

Days 75-77 - Cherry Creek Campground

A travel blog entry by jdcasazza on Oct 15, 2010

... 8217;s (from Vegas) yummy zucchini bread (Judy, I need that recipe, too, please!) We got on Interstate 10 headed down toward Sierra Vista where Jake had been stationed 20 years ago.

The day was not our best. We planned on camping at Patagonia Lake just north of Nogales, Mexico and then “doing” Nogales the next ...