Geronimo Trail Guest Ranch

Address: 1 Wall Lake Road, Winston, New Mexico, 87943, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on 1 Wall Lake Road, Winston.
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      On our way to Truth or Consequences

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Oct 25, 2014

      7 photos

      ... renamed to T or C, it was this little town that did it. T or C used to be a dumpy, frumpy hot springs town but over the last 5 or so years it has been cleaning and upscaling and it is now on the verge of being chic (or maybe shabby chic). There are half a dozen proprietors that have a license to tap into the “waters” which come out of the ground at 109 degrees and have tried to build a business around it. Probably the most successful ...

      Getting to know New Mexico

      A travel blog entry by dustpol on Oct 18, 2014

      13 photos

      ... the signal and attacked Marley. He got stung on his paw and was in pretty bad pain for about an hour. Ray came and put some granular poison down to kill the colony.



      We did have an enjoyable night camping. Cooked some veggie burgers and burritos and had a nice fire. Everything stayed dry until morning when we had ...

      The Gila ('Hee-la')

      A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on May 15, 2012

      16 photos

      ... dwellings, and sent us on our way to the trailhead. We filled up our 5 gallon jug with water before we headed to the trail, thankful for the free water. We parked at the trailhead, made a restroom pit stop, filled up our water bottles, and walked along the river canyon making our way up the mountain to the dwellings. Once we were atop the mountain, we were greeted by two rangers. They explained that the Mogollon built the dwellings, and lived there first. Then ...

      Gila Cliff Dwellings - Girls get a History Lesson

      A travel blog entry by ewingadventure on Mar 03, 2012

      2 comments, 111 photos

      ... T want to live there.

      We all had a great time hiking the 1 mile trail up to the dwellings and back, and it was the girls first such hike of many we plan to take on this trip. I think that both of them handled the hike very well, and Sarah even said she wanted to do it again some time. It helped that there were several pine cones and rocks for them to collect along the way.

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      Gila Cliff Dwellings and a great drive

      A travel blog entry by scoonpooh on Jun 10, 2011

      57 photos

      ... one of the best drives of all time. At parts it felt like we were on top of the world. The chasm below felt deeper than the Grand Canyon. After almost two hours of "two hands on the steering wheel" type driving we arrived at the visitors center.

      It was a small place with one of those intro video's on the small screen and a lot of Native American artifacts. The best part was the humming birds. We have birds at home but never any humming ...