Silver City and Surrounding Area Our Home for the time there; Manzano’s RV Park Flurry Lane, yes ist’s a dirt road! Our campsite, nice trees, although if you’ll notice the layout is backwards; the table and chair area is on the service side! No matter, it’s still a beautiful spot! View from our dining room window. downtown silver city Entrance to Main Street in “Old” Silver City Anita Scott Coleman’s house Jan’s cousin Harry’s house. He’s in the process of building the wall of bottles; pretty cool! The house is a historical landmark in the area. Harry’s wife Chris, Harry, Avery and Willy(Sp?) Jan with Aunt Fran and Harry when they visited our home. I even found a really good Bloody Mary at Toad Creek Bar & Grill City of Rocks State Park & Campground Many interesting rock formations. Very massive as you can see in the following pictures! Cactus Flowers were in bloom too gila cliff dwellings national monument Jan on the first of many bridges along the trail leading to the Cliff Dwellings The “Official” greeter? First view of the caves. Steps up to the caves GOOD ADVICE! Our new friend! Notice the black ceiling from the fires they built for warmth and cooking. Jan in there to give it some scale and quiet those who complain we’re not in the pictures! Our only exit (Not really, but we took it anyway; shorter distance) Local Residents. So sad (and stupid); this fire was caused by careless campers who left their campfire unattended according to the Rangers. pino altos, right next to silver city The Buckhorn Saloon and Opera House. It looks abandoned, doesn’t it? Front of the Opera House, it also looks abandoned!