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... eye was a large Columbian mammoth tooth from Texas.
In the adjoining room there was also a fantastic collection of meteorites and minerals, as I wandered around scanning the shelves the shore assistant opened yet another side-room. I could hear him talking to a couple of interested onlookers and went over to see what the fuss was about. As i walked I could see that this room was where all the museum quality fossils were housed, if only I'd had the ...
... southern route and got mixed up with the great canyon country of what is now southern Utah and northern Arizona. Future parties swung further north crossing the Colorado River near Moab and the Green River at the town of the same name.
Back in the 1820s Santa Fe was a dusty frontier town with a few Spanish colonial families, some recently arrived Mexicans and a small but growing band of Americans. Still it had been a town and the capital of the ...
... grouping of radio telescopes. We had heard about this on Kitt Peak, AZ on our visit with Ilene early in our trip. Unfortunately, it is 50 miles west of Socorro. That's why all this
stuff is in New Mexico - PLENTY of wide open space! Then, on the Santa Fe. Couldn't check in to our EXCELLENT hotel (see review above), so walked into downtown. The Plaza was really busy (Saturday afternoon), ...
... Right, or is it just my own special coping mechanism.
Went to Coyote Cafe because I heard they had great Green Chili Mac and Cheese. Had never heard of it before, so decided I had to try it. Then I felt funny in that type of restaurant just ordering Mac and Cheese so I ordered an entree AND dessert! It was all really yummy. Had plenty to take with me for lunch the next day. And the M & C was very tasty.
Rather than ...
... the size of th road and the speed of the traffic. The towns seem deserted.
Hitting the road and powered off up Route 66 towards Albuquerque and Santa Fe
The locals are so friendly and insist on you leaving all weapons at the door.