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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... fuel, no towns, NOTHING. We head out. About ten miles into the trip, I realize that we didn't fill up with fuel before we left. We had half a tank...and I thought we would have enough to make the trip. I also had ten gallons of fuel in Jerry cans in the bed, which buy me another 200 miles....so I knew we were fine. We press on.
It is a long way to the dwellings. Most of the road has a speed limit of 45 mph, and it's curvy as ...
... we head to the Gila Cliff Dwellings. Laurie has looked forward to this...so she's excited! More tomorrow!
Quote of the day- “Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” - Flaubert Note: In the West Texas desert, you feel tiny indeed.
Song of the day- Free and easy down the road I go- Dierks Bentley
... from all over the world, out on the trail. They
are a hardy group who carry all their comfort with them. Rain or
shine they must get up and go.
For more on the trail, start here:
One interesting pair we met and will be
following via their blog is Sara and Forrest. They seem to have the
moxie to make it the whole way and probably ahead of their schedule.
Follow them ...
... climb to Emory Pass. We have climbed for 33 miles and have not hit the pass. We were both so tired we made camp instead of riding that last hour of the day.
While sitting at camp, by the way, in pines instead of desert, I saw something out of the corner of my eye, there were 3 javelinas. Of course Scott runs after them. I am terrified that they will charge him like in the old western movies. He was saved. The only ...
... a forest fire, all of the
underbrush and the lower sections of the trees showed the effects of the fire,
while the tops of the tall trees remained untouched, all of the forest appeared
to be re-growing. At one point we saw
several mule deer on the mountain side. At
the park Visitor’s Center we watched the film about the cliff dwellings and
then headed out to view them first hand, after a hike of about ...