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... br> We soon had bags filled with organic tomatoes, patty pan squash, spring lettuce, red potatoes and freshly roasted chilies. The bounty was mostly locally sourced from the nearby farms we had recently driven past.
It was harder to find our idea of New Mexico-Mexican food. We checked menus at two restaurants that were serving duck confit salad, quiche, and other California-inspired bistro meals, before asking a couple of locals where to go. The ...
... to atomic science. Rolando had to show ID to enter the road into town and had to vouch for his “passenger”. Weird! We went to the Bradbury Science Centre which had 35 hands on exhibits, puzzles, etc. Replicas of the Little Boy and Fat Man bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 were on display, along with a tomahawk cruise missile. Exhibit included some photos of the devastation. Nasty pieces of work (unhappy face here). ...
- Left early this morning at eight
- Arrived at Carson National Forest around ten thirty.
- Grabbed gas for $23.78
- Also had five sandwhiches for $16.25 and a water for a dollar.
- Had a light picnic and than was back on the road towards Colorado Springs
... that can build a community like that. It is an ambitious goal, and would require a great deal of willpower to conjure into reality... good thing we are going to the Amazon basin where willpower is grown and cultivated!
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When I arrived on the Earthship Biotecture grounds that first Monday morning I never could have imagined what was in store. While learning about the building process this month I ended up learning more about myself. I am feeling ambitious ...
... pots, but she had one little red and buff jar, and I had to buy it as a companion piece to my old pot, which, it turns out, was made by her aunt. As we were leaving, I told her that we had been to Mesa Verde and asked if her ancestors had come from there, and she said yes.
We had not even thought about New Mexico when we began this trip; we had expected to return through Colorado. What an amazing and wonderful turn of events!