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... is very low and the previous high watermark can clearly be seen a good ten meters or more above the current water level. This time the water level was high, trees close to the edge of the lake were submerged by the lake water.
As we made our way across Conchas dam I continued to photograph the amazing variety of interesting mini-beasts, seemingly oblivious to the lakeside scenery which presented itself in front of me! Pretty soon however we were in ...
... and pick-up another pet moth and the First National Bank. The folks in the First National bank were a might friendly although I got the impression we may have disturbed their game of eye spy!
After raiding the bank we swung by the Tucumcari Dinosaur museum to take a look at the new additions and peruse the gift shop. The Tucumcari dinosaur museum is an regular pilgrimage site for us and is filled with lots of lovely bronze dinosaur sculptures ...
... paint, when a passer-by answered our prayers by giving us some left over from her artistic efforts. We found a suitable spot and daubed "Werry Honeymoon 2014", encircling it in a big red heart for added effect. And there it will remain for all eternity. More likely is that it was covered by other people's efforts by the end of the day, or even 5 minutes later, but for that fleeting moment we made our mark on it. (It's also immortalised on ...
We remain on Interstate 40 across the Southwest, today traveling from Amarillo to Tucumcari. While we said at the outset of the trip we would take side roads so we could see more of life in America, around here would not be a good idea. First, there are no side roads. Second there's no doubt the sights would be any better even 100 miles north of south than the route we've been on.
We packed up from our stay in Amarillo and hit the road ...
Crossing into New Mexico after the midway point, our first night was in Tucumcari at the Blue Swallow Motel, another Route 66 neon-signed classic. That evening we are Mexican at the Pow Wow restaurant and got an early night after a long days driving. We were also one more hour behind after crossing into another time zone: mountain time! The next morning, we set off in the direction of Albuquerque and stopped in Santa Rosa to see the Blue Hole; a deep pool of clear water that can ...