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... many miles. There was no way we could escape the mr stinky stretch, there was even a motel by the ranch, obviously for people with no sense of smell. The ranch was positioned next to the abattoir, and it looked like they were being herded in forming an orderly stampede. Texas is the beef city of USA, it supplies 90% of Texas and 25% across America. Having seen how many cattle were crammed in a small patch in comparison to the open plains, I can easily see that be the case. ...
Today was a day of museums; it was nice to be inside when it's so hot (still over 100F in the afternoons)!
We started with the National Museum of Nuclear Science and HIstory. There were many different topics covered in that museum! The history of atomic theory, the history of nuclear energy, the history of the development of nuclear and thermonuclear weapons, the uses of nuclear energy (electric power production, ...
... anything quite like this before!
Historic Route 66, Albuquerque, New Mexico is one of the celebrated sections that remain of the historic highway. We took in a couple of the old-time eateries along the way. The RV Park where we stayed actually rented out several older trailers that were restored to capture the care-free spirit of the late 1940's-early 1950's. They were sure fun to look at each day we stayed ...
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... Barrel in Gallup but but other than that it was pretty uneventful drive home - except for the fantastic double rainbow we saw just past Gallup. It was so brilliant we had to take an exit where we could stop and get out to take some pictures. It was just gorgeous! That was a nice way to end our weekend! Now back home where it's 95. I never thought 95 would be considered "cooler temps" but after visiting Phoenix in late June, most anything is cooler temps!