Desert View Inn
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... the street – we snagged one and got our accommodation and all the amenities the resort had to offer.
The food scene in T or C is coming along also – we had a solid to good Italian dinner, a good diner style lunch and even picked up a couple of gourmet items at their Farmers Market – some tasty Harissa (a spicy chili sauce) and a honest-to-goodness American made balsamic vinegar. Not so bad!
We stayed two nights, ...
... 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 ...
... things in town, including a park, named after him. Well, his show didn't last, and business fell off and the town dwindled. The "15 minutes of fame" was not worth the long term effect on the town. It still has the hot springs, but tourism is not what it was before the name change.
We found an RV park 5 miles from the interstate out in the middle of nowhere.
It was quiet like I had never ...
... quiz show Truth or Consequences, announced that the show would air an installment from the first town that changed its name to match that of the show’s. Hot Springs was picked out of all the applicants because, according to host Ralph Edwards, it demonstrated “a real friendliness for people and a desire to help mankind.”The town held a vote and the name change was made official on April ...
... relations. The top to the entire day was having the amazingly good fortune of having this horrendous windstorm directly at our back. We looked like we had motors on our bikes. After dozens of miles on little 'blue highway' 1, having seen only two cars for hours we emerged into a little berg called San Antonio and saw this little bar about a quarter mile up the road. Diet Coke maybe? So, we face into the wind to go to the Buckhorn Bar. What a find! Old crusty building ...