Departing Cave Creek Canyon, we drove 50 miles NE to Lordsburg, New Mexico where we fueled up, propane tanks filled and heade another 50 miles NE to Silver City.
|Now east of the great Divide!|
We climbed up over the Continental Divide then into Silver City, a wonderful small town, big enough to have basic facilities like medical center, Walmart, etc, yet small enough to be friendly and fun. Western New Mexico University resides here too so it is a bit of a college town.
|Stop sign in RV park. Kind New Mexican don't you think?|
We stayed at Rose Valley RV park 2 miles east of historic downtown and far enough off the hightway to be quiet. Our neighbors were real quiet as they were all in a cemetary called "Memory Lane".
|Colorful wall on side street|
|Old theater being restored downtown|
|some little wildflowers outside our campsite|
|Interesting door in need of restoration|
|Entrance to Wild Weavers Gallery. That's me in reflection|
|Yarn waiting for use|
|More yarn awaits|
|Weaving on wall|
|Wool Colors dyed from Naturual ingredients|
|A nativity scene with Javelinas. Can you see all the characters?|
|Outside on a power pole|
|Old Door front|
|This is on a drain pipe on side of wall of a business|