Comfort Inn & Suites Truth or Consequences
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Close to gas, Denny's & walmart. Just what we needed!
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Got up early to a cold morning, there is snow up here, but the hot spring was a warm welcome and I enjoyed another soak. Then I did my routine truck check and packed up to get ready for the day. I headed over to the Gila Cliff Dwelling to take a look. It was a pleasant hike up to the site but I could feel the altitude being around 6000 ft so my heart was pounding more on the climb. The cliff dwelling is using caves carved out of the side of a ...
... a little salt on it. Yum.
We also bought a chile Christmas wreath for our RV.
The Pecan Groves were being harvested also, however we couldn't find any unshelled pecans yet.
Short stop and now off west to our usual first stop in SW Tucson for laundry and house cleaning before we head over to Tucson Mountain park for a week of camping in the Sonoran desert.
... is the Riverbend Spa and Resort. It sits on the edge of the Rio Grande and the views are magnificent. The resort grounds are lovingly cared for and they offer a beautiful public pool with several different temperatures ranging from 109 down to 104 as well as 5 private tubs where you can chill out all on your own. The accommodations at the resort range from funky – as in a vintage mobile home – to small rooms or even a casita with two ...
... br> We went today to see a ghost town called Lake Valley. This town had started because of a huge silver mine discovered in the area. The silver was mined our rather quickly, but then they found manganese, which was mined for use during WWI. After the war, the town dwindled and many people moved on. There was a fire that destroyed 3/4 of the buildings in town, supposedly set by a disgruntled drunk behind ...
... No noise of a single car, no lights, no phone service, no internet service. This was a community of about 20 people, both the owners of the RV Park, and a handful of seasonal or full time residents. On Friday nights they all gather on the porch at the office, and they invited us down, so we joined them for "snack and chat". We decided to spend two nights here so we could explore the area.