And at some point head south to Orlando.
I don't want to get into Washington or the busy surrounding areas, so what is the best jumping off point on the CO after the Appalachian Mountains to start heading south?
Thanks for your help
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I thought the Gila Cliff Dwellings north of Silver City, NM, were interesting plus there's hot springs in the town.Yes def agree on this, I enjoyed Silver City and was there for the Tour of the Gila and even entered the Citizens Race coming second from last but with Lance A coming second in the main event I'm claiming a victory over him as I was clean.