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Back on our route we saw three semi-trucks each hauling one of the three blades that are used on the huge wind turbines like the ones we have been seeing all over the landscape here. The blades were huge and it seemed like the end of the blade was in a different county than the cab of the truck. The blades are actually 116’ in length so it really is pretty long. It was quite a sight to see three of these in a ...
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With the car gassed up and the boot loaded with supplies we headed out to Ute Lake, via a short detour to the Harding County state line, to see what interesting critters had ventured out for the weekend. Ute Lake was a lot busier than when we'd made the trip earlier in the week; there were lots of families with trucks and trailers all jostling for position, trying to reverse onto the boat ramp and offload ...
... wasp's sting is rated near the top of the Schmidt sting pain index, second only to that of the bullet ant, and is described by Schmidt as "blinding, fierce and shockingly electric". Because of their extremely large stingers, very few animals are able to eat them; one of the few animals that can is the roadrunner. In 1989 the U.S. state of New Mexico chose the tarantula hawk as its official state insect!
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... to set some pictures. After this I was buzzing and all tiredness from the journey had gone, three hummingbird hawkmoths, three!!
We finally arrived at the hotel around 2 o'clock, checked-in and headed to Mon's (My great aunt's) house. Mon was sat-up in bed and clearly very pleased to see us. We spent some time chatting to Mon and had dinner with Billy and Deb before returning to the motel for sleeeep! More catching up with Mon and Tucumcari shena****ns tomorrow...
... br> Feeling inadequate, we moved on to the Cadillac Ranch, a famous installation just outside Amarillo originated by the eccentric forefather of Amarillo, Stanley Marsh 3 (the '3' scratching only the surface of his oddity). It essentially involves several wrecked Cadillacs upended and buried in the ground for people to graffiti on! The Bug Ranch earlier in the day is a variant of this using VW Beetles instead. It was recently relocated because ...