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... main high street. The original route was built over for the interstate instead. Miles of bush scrub land & open land for as far as the eye can see, with the odd Rocky Mountains here & there. Tucumcari - next stop, so we came off and travelled along Route 66 thru the town, a 2 block wide and 2 mile long. No stopping required, it too Ihad a lot of eerily emptiness about it, with the focal points being picked out as we drove thru. Seeing a sign advertising ...
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, ...
Damn, damn, damn!!!
It was really, really, really good!!!
Left Vegas. Went to Zuni. Ask me about the dragonfly legend and song. (Nephew Printer Scott King will especially be interested. So will anyone else who's interested in Native American beliefs)
Left Zuni. Went to Albuquerque (ABQ)
Went to Sandia tramway. It opens April 18.
Damn, damn, damn!!!
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We were up nice and early again for a 7am breakfast and then heading off to the white water rafting. We were told it was going to be low class 3 rapids abut it should be a good time for it due to having a bit rain around Durango lately, and the Colorado river flooding as well. We had the option of hiring a wet suit for the trip, so glad that I did because it was so cold, although the worst part was the feet being wet and cold, it was painfully cold. It was ...