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Overnight in Carlsbad left the car covered in red dust. Among the first in to see Carlsbad Caverns in the morning and it is unbelievable. Definitely a must see, and a favorite from Minette's childhood summer vacations. Cactus and Yucca blooming like crazy on the drive out of Carslbad, through Artesia and on to Alamogordo. Saw elk and wild turkeys …
2800 miles since we left Tucson the first time!
On request of our friends, Joe and Lynda, we took off east from Las Cruces to Alamogordo. they had visited McGinn's Pistachio farm, and neglected to take a picture of the 30 foot pistachio. So, we took one (see below) Cool place to visit. Then, we looked around Alamogordo (near the site of the first atomic bomb), found the ...
... we walked a trail said to be 1/2 mile where halfway through it the trail narrowed with grass infringing on the trail and as it narrowed my anxiety over meeting a rattlesnake grew. I made it though-- even brought home one little rock. This is a park where you are permitted to take home up to 15 pounds of rock. Lots of LARGE grasshoppers that are actually funny to watch when they hop (sometimes as high as three feet, ...
... built for the students and locals as an underground bomb shelter in case of a nuclear attack. What was interesting is that we had to drive down West Main Street and they have bronze statues here along the street that is huge some almost 15ft high. The first statue we saw was Pecos Pete with his lasso chasing some cattle, another was of a Mexican cowboy, next there was a school teacher with two students and the last one we spotted was huge ...
... the world's largest gypsum dune field. Located in the Tularosa Basin and surrounded by the San Andres and Sacramento mountain ranges, this rare type of sand has formed 275 square miles of four types of dunes. Gypsum sand came from crystalline selenite, which then was broken down by water, wind and tumbling to form fine granules of white, soft sand. The reptiles and mammals living here have evolved to blend in with the ...
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