Alamo Mountain and Butterfield Depot

THIS IS NOW a WEATHER PERMITTING EVENT.  Please keep an eye on the weather. This has turned into a weather permitting hike only. The ride is aprox. 50 miles over gravel road and has dirt in some patches that can turn to mud. Contact Valerie Provencio first. (See below.) 

As of now Friday, 10/09/15 at 4:50 PM all looks good. No rain in the past 36 hours. Do still check with Valerie.

See the Alamo Mountain petroglyphs and the Butterfield Stage Depot. Diagrams of the floor design within the ruins of the depot will be available. Explore the recently discovered location of the wall originally surrounding the station and location of water tank ruins. The trip does not require a 4-wheel drive vehicle but one with high ground clearance is recommended. Carpooling can be arranged. Wear sturdy shoes. Bring water, sunscreen and a lunch. Minimum number of people: 5; maximum 25. Meet at the Walmart parking lot on 12230 Montana Avenue behind the Taco Bell. For more information and to sign up for the trip, contact Valerie and Louie Provencio at 915-544-2717 or valpro@elp.rr.com

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