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... had, at least on this trip or any other trip in memory.
Bandelier features well preserved Pueblo ruins from over 10,000 years ago. The village at the bottom of Frijoles Canyon includes cliff dwellings (Long House) and a large round stone community (Tyuonyi) built on the canyon floor next to Frijoles Creek. It is estimated that as many as 600 rooms may have been occupied in the mid-1200s. By the mid-1500s, most of the people who lived here had migrated to ...
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July 11, Friday
We loaded up the Explorer and made the trip to Los Alamos. It had been over 40 years since I last visited Los Alamos. At that time I was coaching in Gallup and Los Alamos was in our conference. Always an impressive town, this was ...
... running the shop and things.
Chris forgot to close my panniers and we promptly lost our souvenirs down the road.
Also today we reached the MId point at a Town called Adrian,, had the photo shot and carried on.
Hit the New Mexico/Texas State line and found New Mexico just as flat and lonely as Texas, only with longer straight roads.
Hopefully should have a video clip of us riding at 80mph one handed (in the ...
... hot water. Everything worked out for him because no one else needed a room.
The photo of the boys ranch class was taken in Fuller Lodge and depicts the last class to graduate from Los Alamos Ranch School.
We did some shopping in the afternoon, well I did some shopping, Jens was busy reading one of the 18 books he's bought since coming here. He will be very busy for a long time. One of the books he purchased in the Museum Book Store was written by ...
... br> We grabbed a sandwich and headed to the Cadillac ranch, spray paint in hand. Unfortunately whilst it is warm it is very windy today and so the spray painting was not especially successful! However we did our best and took some brill pics before it got too busy and then headed on our way to Adrian, the R66 midpoint.
Again not much to do here just a few pics as I am more excited about going to the Ghost Town of Glenrio, which also lies on the Texas-New Mexico ...