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Capital –Santa Fe, Silver city
Cities- Albuquerque Santa Fe
Year of statehood- 1912
Motto-it grows as it goes – crescit enudo
5 other facts-state gem is turquoise, has 32 state parks, 3
national parks, 7 natural forests, state animal is the black bear
... the cocktail bar (erm not the rubbish one at the hotel) on the way . When we got there we found that we were practically the only people there (bit of a pattern forming here ) but the decor was really nice and the waiter very attentive (well I suppose he would be as we were his only hope of a tip that night!) We were struggling to find a wine for under $50 but then we came across a Rose' from Sonoma so we ...
... lottery ticket.
I chatted to the store owner about my philosophy of letting kids get hands on with fossils, how my collection had grown from its humble beginnings and how it was getting herder to find unique and interesting fossils. As we chatted we wandered back into the mineral room, where specimen prices suited my budget, and began to survey the meteorite collection. After much searching I left the store with a Tatahouine meteorite and an ...
... 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 ...
... Husb). The food was delicious and exactly what we were looking for. They also served garlic bread with every meal which I usually would not be very excited about but in this case was surprised at how tasty it was. It is a tradition at The Shed, and not a typical New Mexican side. After lunch, we were not sure how we would fill the rest of our day until Husb found a disc golf course. The winds were strong and the course had numerous holes that were over 600 feet ...
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