Lake Roberts Motel

863 Hwy 35 N, Mimbres, New Mexico, 88049, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 863 Hwy 35 N, Mimbres, is near Sapillo Valley.
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    Nothing to do but soak and rest!

    A travel blog entry by huppwits on Dec 14, 2012

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    We visited Faywood the year we got Bertha and loved the place. Shortly thereafter, the owner passed away and the resort closed. After many years, a new owner has proudly made the place their own and done a wonderful job getting it back to all its glory! We practically had the place to ourselves and thoroughly enjoyed the weekend. We ...

    The Gila ('Hee-la')

    A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on May 15, 2012

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    ... caves, we headed back down the mountain, and to our campsite.

    When we got back to our site, Gabe wanted to put in the new headlight in the car. As he began, the ladies in the campsite next to us headed out, and Gabe wanted to move to that one. So we quickly went into action pulling up the stakes and carrying the tent to the other site - which was in the shade and right on the river. Once we had the tent situated, Gabe finished putting in the ...

    Hot springs and hippies

    A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jan 11, 2012

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    ... at Gila Cliffs National Monument. We skipped these since we will be visiting Mesa Verde in Colorado later. We expected more of Silver City but the character of the old town has not been retained. It now houses a branch of New Mexico State University and the old town did not have its supposed many art galleries in prominent display. Our RV park for the night was on the site of an old ranch and quite nice.

    Silverwing Road Trip Day One

    A travel blog entry by matthewd on Sep 08, 2011


    I got the trusty Swing loaded up and started out from its covered "garage" out on the land. The first challenge of every ride is getting up a hill that crosses an arroyo near my place. The road is, as always, bumpy, sometimes maintained, and loose with gravel, dirt and rocks. I made it about half way up when the bike spun out and went down, trapping my left foot under its 600 laden pounds. I was stuck there, with no one around to call out to for help, although I did let out one ...

    Gila Cliff Dwellings and a great drive

    A travel blog entry by scoonpooh on Jun 10, 2011

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    ... this place until a few weeks ago. It was so bad that it closed part of the trail. It did not damage the cliff dwellings. Speaking of, these things were amazing. There were several natural cliff side caves that the local Native Americans built their houses and did their faming on the canyon floor. It took them around 15 years to build but they only lived in them for around 25 years. All that work for one generation. But due to the isolation they ...