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Gila Wilderness

The next morning we were up early to eat and pack up the car so we could do a long day hike in the Gila Wilderness. 726 more words


Gila Cliff Dwellings

On Friday morning we packed up our tent, loaded up the car, grabbed some breakfast and beverages at Javelina Coffee House, and hit the road to the Gila National Forest (pronounced Hee la). 970 more words


Video: Hunting Big New Mexico Bull Elk

A big New Mexico bull elk and a big shot! The Hushin crew head to the Gila National Forest for a do-it-yourself public land hunt and score. 8 more words


The Gila

Let’s get this straight right up front. There are no gila monsters in the Gila National Forest. Now we can all relax.

After we drove around in a bunch of white sand, we headed west to Silver City, New Mexico. 463 more words

First Time in Gila National Forest

We landed at City of Rocks campground with no issues and found that our sites were directly next to each other.  City of Rocks is the most unusual campground I have ever been in and the campsites are spread on the outside edges of a couple of huge gigantic rocks with smaller rocks on them.   966 more words


December 2015 - Gold Dust Trail

Canyons are Gorge-ous!

When I approached George Austin, owner of Silver Imaging, about doing a hike and article with me, his eye brows went up, his eyes got wide, and he said, “sure!”. 851 more words

New Mexico

Bobcat in #NewMexico #Wildlife

Photo may be fuzzy, but exciting too.
My house cat streaked up on the deck one morning, so I grabbed my camera and stepped out to see what upset her. 71 more words

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