Located between Safford and Globe on the westbound side of Interstate 70 is the small store, gas station, and four-casita motel (complete with carports between the units). Constructed of adobe in the 1930s and 40s to accommodate travelers heading west, it’s one of the few original buildings still standing in the state-registered historic town-site of Geronimo. The property is in poor condition and is deteriorating from neglect. (Photo source: Kurt Wenner.)
August 2007 Update: Unfortunately, at least one guest unit roof has caved in, walls continue to deteriorate, and more junk cars are left on the premises.