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... The little boy, aka Hiroshima. During world war 2 this town was established specifically in order to test and develop nuclear weapons. It only took a couple of weeks from the first test of the bomb till the decision to drop it in Hiroshima. It's still used as a nuclear scientific study town today, we were security checked on our way in!
It's actually quite a nice town. Quite high at about 7000ft. It's located in a more alpine region. The drive in was quite ...
A couple of things from yesterday. I ate in the hotel's restaurant and had Montezuma Chicken which is chicken covered in green chillies and Monterey Jack cheese. I saw my first tumbleweed yesterday barrelling across the interstate so was unable to take a photo. I thought I might have seen more today but no such luck. Left Las Vegas this morning and took I-25 for a few miles to rejoin Route 66 at Romeroville. The first part of the journey was mainly downhill Tecolote, ...
Up and gone by 8:45 AM led us northeast toward Alamogordo, NM. On the way we went to see the White Sands National Monument. The sands are actually gypsum and is very impressive and bright. The sand is so soft to walk on. We left White Sands at around 1:30 PM and headed northward to Albuquerque, NM. We arrived at 5:15 PM after a few stops along the way. A very short walk ...
... Science. What can I say except that the museum is a miniature version of the Field Museum of Natural History: a few dinosaurs, mostly specific to the New Mexico region, and other New Mexico natural history. A pleasant way to spend a few hours in a cool place, out of the New Mexican sun.
A scene from the street James lives on.
... it is now a federal offense. One of the biggest problems is that visitors let their dogs roam and they are destroying some of the Petroglyphs – they have to be on a leash.
Next we drove to the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum on Balloon Drive, which had been recommended to us and was it worth it. First, on Sunday mornings the museum is free, and the museum was so enjoyable with some great exhibits about ...