Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Los Alamos Entrada Park
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... lives who would have been otherwise lost.
This afternoon we drove up to Los Alamos to visit the historical museum that tells the story of the founding of Los Alamos and the Manhattan Project, where scientists developed the atomic bomb during World War II.
Los Alamos is located on a plateau in the Jemez Mountains that were created ...
... was a flash flood in the canyon with the water rising to over four feet. Some of the items were destroyed at the museum. They are just beginning to get all the services back from the damage the flood did. You can still see the sandbags in place in case it happens again.
The main trail that we took was great. We hiked by ruins, cave dwellings that you could walk to and climb ladders. Alcove was a little to high for both of us but we ...
... that was at a great price. When we were at the ruins we met a couple from New Mexico who own a ranch. They had with them two puppies about eight weeks old. These pups had fur that was blue. The breed is from Australia and the guy said this is the only type of dog he has ever owned because they are great cattle herding dogs. They were so well behaved – no barking and they listened to the couple. The name of the breed is ...
... br> During the tour we visited Sawyer's Hill, the place where Niels Bohr and Enrico Fermi liked to ski. In fact they started the Los Alamos Ski Club which is still active today. I expected to see a real steep ski hill but it was pretty small. But at the time it was all they had. We also viewed the cabin where Edith Warner (a friend of Dorothy McKibbin) lived. She entertained men and women from The Hill at her home near the Rio Grande River. More ...
... we came to a road block and a sign that read, "Road Closed. Trespassers will go to jail."
We had just bought a sign for the RV that said: "We Chose the Road Less Traveled and Now We Don't Know Where the Hell We Are" so this self-fulfilling prophecy had become manifest. Now what? Well we decided to drive back to the golf course and ask for directions. I think it is only American men who don't ask for directions, I don't know. We ...