Holiday Inn Express Silver City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... this was good for them, but not for me!
It was a beautiful drive through the back roads. Doris was able to take some good photos. We arrived in Silver City at 7PM.
The sunset was like none I've ever seen! We were up on a hill and the sun set all around us. Pictures did not do it justice!
... did not get the chance. While somber and humbling, it's very educational.
After we leave the cemetery, we head back to the motorhome and dinner. Tomorrow is moving day...and we head to Arizona. Talk to ya tomorrow!
Quote of the day- "Traveling is almost like talking to men of other centuries."- Rene Descartes
Song of the day- Time Passages- Al Stewart
... snake haven! The trail crossed the river twice and you had to walk through water a little over a foot high which was pretty fun. There was a couple leaving the hot spring just as we arrived so we had it completely to ourselves. It was probably around 100 degrees and pretty small. It was very muddy and when you stepped in your feet sunk right in. We stood in it awhile and sat at ...
"Are you going over the pass?!" "Surely you're not planning on going over Emory, it's over 8,200 feet high!" "If you're heading East do you realize this is the highest point you'll cross clear until the Atlantic Ocean?!" "Ya better have low enough gears!" These were the comments we were met with in Silver City as we pointed our tires eastward. You'd have thought that there were flesh eating zombies in the east sector, (homage to Orwell), and we'd better be able to pedal fast ...
... the rooms. This group of cliff dwellings is one of only
a few that allows the public to climb into and explore the rooms. We were lucky to arrive at the base of the
dwellings when a volunteer ranger was beginning a program, he lead a small group
of people through the rooms explaining how the structures were built and how
the people lived. It was truly an awe
inspiring morning. After leaving the