Hidden Meadow Ranch
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Wow, what a location. The staff can't do enough for you at this all inclusive luxury ranch
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I enjoyed the scenery as we drove Highway 60 from Phoenix and Springerville. With our 60 ft. in length truck & RV. The highway goes through some mountains with great switchbacks. We had checked out the road on Google maps street level before deciding on the route. We had to make sure the curves weren't too tight & that Chuck could maneuver our rig around them.
There was one section of road, see picture, that ...
We left Santa Fe in the morning and headed towards the
Petrified Forest National Park. Went
along some of the old Route 66 where it was still in existence and passed
through some of the small towns that had been bypassed. Unfortunately there are no camping ...
... up and as we were already wet we decided we couldn't get any wetter. I am glad we stayed because shortly after the rodeo started at 7pm the rain eased and we slowly dried off.
We saw all that you would expect at a rodeo and some we didn't such as Mutton Racing..."legalised child abuse", basically parents allowed their 4 year old son or daughter to be sat on top of a sheep and sent in to the arena to see how long they could stay on before they were thrown off by ...
... frames with our own unique design.
Charles, determined to come home with a cowboy hat visited the mercantile to Stetsons on for size. We did find one that wasn't too ridiculous but sadly they didn't have his size...what a shame. I on the other hand walked I tried the first one on I saw and bought it.
At 11.30 we all saddled up for a 3 hour ride including lunch. Charles was on his faithful friend Rose, Abigail had her new friend Boots but Oliver and I had to get to ...
We un-packed and re-packed the Outback at the Las Cruces campsite, then headed north for Silver City, NM, passing some larger-than-life characters (see pics), a cow in the middle of the road (see pic), and a ghost town (un-photographable, as ghosts are).
We arrived at Silver City (copper mining town....see pic) shortly before lunch, where we found a local food co-op and Holly snagged a curry tofu ...