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Travel Blogs from Silver City
... br> We were really looking forward to going to some farmers markets on the trip but we seemed to keep missing them. We were excited to found out our timing worked to go to the Silver City farmers market. We went right there first and had fun walking around. There wasn't much fresh produce left but we bought some baked goods instead! Caleb's bike tire had a small hole so we ...
... all spinning at once. There was an
overall cast of brown dust hanging over basin. With wildfires to the
west and snow to the north, New Mexico will work for now.
Each time we have moved north by a hundred
miles, we have turn back the calender on spring by at least ten days.
This is evident by the photos of the flowers that I have been sending
you. We have had days of over 100* since March. Atop ...
... here is that the Mimbres River supplies water from the north of the town for all the farming and then it goes underground or vanishes and does not reappear until it comes out as a lake in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. That was the sister city on the border when we had left Big Bend National Park. When we left Deming heading north we saw about ten little sandstorms and one was big. The sand was blowing like a tornado but it did not reach our ...
... once the drama was over we had a great time finding all sorts of wonderful examples of fire agate and chalcedony. Carolyn said that this will be a birthday that she will never forget. I hope that's a good thing. It certainly was an adventure! We now understand a bit better what the ol' Ram can do (or not!). And we pulled together as a team - even the boys helped out.
We enjoyed Silver City and may some day come back but only if the weather is warmer !!!
I got the trusty Swing loaded up and started out from its covered "garage" out on the land. The first challenge of every ride is getting up a hill that crosses an arroyo near my place. The road is, as always, bumpy, sometimes maintained, and loose with gravel, dirt and rocks. I made it about half way up when the bike spun out and went down, trapping my left foot under its 600 laden pounds. I was stuck there, with no one around to call out to for help, although I did let out one ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking