The Inn on Broadway
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 12 hrs per week. They have been doing it for 8 years and have got to travel to several different states since they retired. Something we would consider once we retire.
The KOA was immaculate and very comfortable. The only issue we had was during the tent setup. We tied the dogs up and they came across a fire ant colony. They ...
... a mine so large. It's a major employer here and puts food on the table of many homes in this remote region.
We leave the copper mine and decide to go to an old army base called Fort Bayard. It had to do with the indian wars, and in the days when it was still a major disease, a tuberculosis hospital. It was actually a working hospital until 2010, when it closed and the entire property of about 400 acres was abandoned. They ...
... built their homes in the caves 700 years ago.
It was about a mile hike up to see the dwellings and we crisscrossed back and forth across bridges over the Gila River to get there. There was volunteers at the start of the trail keeping track of who was heading up and warning people that the trail is steep in some parts, and to be careful of rattlesnakes. They said ...
... 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 ...
... not the grain). We then enjoyed a beautiful drive over the Geronimo Scenic Byway west to Silver City. Emory Pass was 8200 feet and the peaks were 8900 feet. Lots of trees were a welcome relief from the desert we have been seeing for most of our trip. We went over the Mimbres Mountains and down to Silver City. The Mimbres and the Mogollons were prehistoric peoples in the area before the Apache that built the ...