Hampton Inn & Suites Los Alamos
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For the last week I have been at a mountain camp in northern New Mexico. The cabins were fairly rustic but were comfortable. There were horses available to ride but unfortunately most of the trails were closed because of the forest fires above us. There was a fish pond heavily stocked with rainbow trout. I caught ten of them and some were used for smoked trout hash for breakfast. The food was really good. The ...
... to them and some of the stories were heartbreaking. People all over the world told about the cruelty of the war and how the atomic bomb saved their lives. POW’s told how they were lucky to be alive since the Japanese were going to kill them before surrendering and the bomb stopped that. The older man camping at the site next to us grew up in Germany than came to the states. He said he was eight years old when missiles were dropped on Germany ...
... hot water. Everything worked out for him because no one else needed a room.
The photo of the boys ranch class was taken in Fuller Lodge and depicts the last class to graduate from Los Alamos Ranch School.
We did some shopping in the afternoon, well I did some shopping, Jens was busy reading one of the 18 books he's bought since coming here. He will be very busy for a long time. One of the books he purchased in the Museum Book Store was written by ...
... and grazing. In 1917, H.H. Brook's Alamos ranch was purchased by Ashley Pond to start Los Alamos Ranch School, a boys' school which combined academics and a challenging physical curriculum. While WW II was waging, the Army Corps of Engineers took over and sealed it for a secret, crash mission to end the war, The Manhattan Project."
So the ranch was forced to close and all homesteaders in the area were bought out and the Manhattan ...
... Paul trying New Mexican cuisine with plenty of red and green chilli peppers. It was warm even when the sun was the behind the clouds so we sat outside. We then headed back to the house to relax in the garden and although the temperature was a lot lower than we had recently experienced, it was still nice to have a bit of time in the sun.
In the evening we ate a homemade pasta dish and watched TV over a few drinks. Our friends have a three year old ...
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