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Four day tour to Silver
City, NM and other destinations - September 23-26, 2011
I thought I would send some additional
information on our September, four day tour to Silver City, NM and other
destinations: Sept 23,24,25,26
We have revised this tour to make it
even more interesting and to incorporate more scenic and twisty roads to
navigate. Essentially, there are two scenic drives on this tour, the first is
the Coronado Trail from Clifton to Alpine, Arizona, about 50 miles of up and
down and left and right two lane roads, and all of it is in the very scenic
The second, is the tour from Alpine,
AZ down highway 180 to Silver City.
On past Silver City tours, the Coronado Trail portion was sacrificed in favor of
the 180 route but going northbound. This year we will be doing both on the 4 day
tour, northbound on the Coronado Trail to Eagar and southbound on hwy 180 to
Silver City. You may want to pull out your Arizona and New Mexico maps and look
over the routing.
We’ll meet up in East Mesa and drive
to Globe and then on to Safford for lunch. Then we’ll go to Clifton and begin
the Coronado Trail arriving later in Eagar, AZ where we will probably have a
group dinner and stay overnight.
The following morning, we’ll backtrack to Alpine, pick up Hwy 180 and head to
Silver City where we will overnight again. The third day will be devoted to
scenic drives and more twisty roads in the Silver City area. The following day
we will return home.
More details on the tour will be
forthcoming but I would like to get an idea of how many of you will be able to
attend. Some of you may be able to give me a definite yes or no at this
time but if you can’t commit right now, at least send me a “maybe.”
We have only four members on the list
at this time. Thank you for your help on this.
Paul Ebeyer, President
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