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Travel Blogs from Roswell
I'm currently not in the best of moods right now, but I will try to push it aside for the sake of giving proper gratitude to the beauty that was New Mexico.
Going to Roswell, New Mexico was such a treat for me because as a kid, I was an alien junkie. I still have UFO encyclopedias, seen every alien documentary and show on TV, and would …
... highways are so boring. Can't really explain the vast emptiness of the landscape, just mile after mile of desert shrubland. Get to Carlsbad and then up a really steep winding road to the Caverns, buy a senior years pass to the national parks as it's only a little more expensive at $80 and covers us both for free entries to all others. Unbelievable how immense the opening to these caves are and they were only really discovered by a 16year old boy Jim White ...
... Spanish with lots of interesting looking shops, trouble is it's snowing! We ring a few hotels but close to this part of town they are REALLY expensive and we can't walk too far in this weather as we've no winter stuff with us - I realised yesterday that I left my only coat at Neal's - so decide to carry on to Roswell. The flattest land so far, just mile after mile of flat dry grassland with very ...
... the Atom Bomb. The first nuclear device was set off on July 16, 1945 at; 05:29 at the Alamogord testing range and a had a yield of just 18 kilotons.
It is weird to think that this part of New Mexico has been comprehensively obliterated by over 1000 nuclear explosions over the last 70 years as it is home to the US missile range at White sands. Could it be a coincidence that soon after that first detonation, strange ...
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