Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We pushed on from Fort Stockton at 6am- neither of us had slept well and it was mainly to do with our own fears. Steve had described me as skittish the night before, and yes it wasn't the easiest of places to relax. Anyway on the road again and here starts the scenery, real tumbleweed (I got so excited, and we missed the picture). Lots of long …
... s thru" - I positioned myself in my dive pose, before announcing to all at the top of my voice that I'm a 'Top Bomber' before plunging deep into the cold abyss of the well, to a round of applause from the surrounding spectators. It was indeed refreshing, and with the excitement did not feel the cold too much, cos I love bombing i do. (Enjoy our video proof). Following our aqua antics, we got our beach towels out and sat in our undies to dry off on route. Followed by a ...
... the mining, separating and enriching of uranium, the history of Hanford and Oak Ridge. There was also a section on nanoparticles, another on fun science demonstration gadgets (Jacob's Ladder, optics, harmonic oscillations, ...). And there was a large area outside (we did this part first, while it was still below 90F) of military hardware that was used for or with nuclear weapons. It was a great museum!
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