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... br> First impressions were very favourable! The historic and picturesque plaza (Santa Fe is the oldest state capital in the US) was a lively hive of activity as the bandstand was currently hosting a country music band. The plaza was filled with people milling around, or sat having a picnic with their families, or even dancing to the music that was being played. We wandered through soaking up the ambience before wandering around some of the connecting streets to check ...
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... history, and well explained and displayed. There was a room about WW II where they talked about Los Alamos, and about the place where the scientists, and all involved in the Manhattan project, went and were "disappeared" to los Alamos to work on the secret project. We saw the plaque on the wall of the building, which is now a shop... In the same building there was a cowboy exhibition, and the ticket also took us to the Governors' Palace. So ...
... they hit our tent. Though unnerving at times, we agreed that it was still better than camping near the roaring wash on the canyon floor.
Our original plan to exit via Bullet Canyon was not in the cards, but we did not want to simply backtrack up Kane Gulch, so we decided to give the Todie Canyon exit a try. We had not really read about this route, but the map showed a trail, so we figured it had to "go." ...
... into the sky this Wednesday morning, and I'm gonna make a movie of it, but for now just sit back and enjoy what we saw only two hours ago.