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... a 30-year period, in the late 13th to early 14th century. The people who lived here were called the Mogollon people. There are a lot of theories about why they left, including normal nomadic patterns, defense against enemies, climate change, and just plain using up the available resources. The dwellings were discovered accidentally by prospectors in the late 19th century, and first protected by the Antiquities ...
... 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 ...
... I replied, "Yes, we are." He told us to have a nice day and waived us through. Back down the road we go.
We finally arrive in our next destination, Silver City, New Mexico. We have dinner in a diner in town that is stuff to the gills with locals. It had been there for over 50 years...and there's a reason for that. We had a simple, but great dinner....with fresh sopapillas! Ya gotta love the southwest.
... with three young sons, who is the
top rider in Arizona this year. Another couple from the Bay Area in
California, with a special needs son, here also for the race. The
race, “Silver City's Tour of the Gila”. True, Lance wasn't here
but that didn't dampen any spirits, in fact race week enjoyed perfect
weather! More on that here:
This RV park also accepts ...
... in Silver City, NM, will lift us,desert and all up to the Continental Divide!
Bike rides haven't changed much, still hot and dusty. We
still see new “life birds” almost every day. We still have some cactus, Century
Plant and lizards, but they are thinning. The mountains around us remain bare and brown, much the same since Del Rio, Tx.. On my
bike ride today I saw eight small ...