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Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum

May 23rd ~ Oklahoma City, OK Declared by Yelp a “Top 10 Museum in America”, I was anxious to see it for myself. Even knowing that it would bring up deep-seated sadness for all the lives lost, I knew that … Continue reading

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Texas: Groom Cross and Devil’s Rope Museum

May 23rd ~ Texas to Oklahoma Up and on the road at a decent time for a change. The reason??? We did not have any internet last night so: I could not write yesterdays blog We could not surf the … Continue reading

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TEXAS: Cadillac Ranch and Palo Duro Canyon

May 21st ~ TEXAS Back on Route 66, at least for a while today. Much of the old highway runs beside Highway 40, but sometimes it goes off on its own for a ways. We managed to get onto another … Continue reading

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NEW MEXICO: Taos Pueblo, a World Heritage Site

May 20th ~ Taos, NM I woke up at 3:30 this morning with a loud bang, the RV shaking violently and a rather un-lady like “Oh Shit”. The wind was howling. I got up and went to the bathroom, and … Continue reading

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NEW MEXICO: Los Alamos, Manhattan Project, Bradbury Science Museum

May 19th ~ Los Alamos, NM Today was a difficult day for me and I feel deeply affected by all we saw. I was aware of the Manhattan Project, and have visited the bomb site in Hiroshima. Still, seeing up … Continue reading

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NEW MEXICO: Bandelier National Monument

May 18 ~ Bandelier National Monument Located 48 miles NW of Santa Fe, you can find another example of ancestral dwellings from the Ancient Pueblo People. There is evidence showing human activity at what is now called Bandelier National Monument … Continue reading

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SANTA FE, NM: Museum of International Folk Art

May 17 ~ Santa Fe, NM MUSEUM OF INTERNATIONAL FOLK ART If you are interested in folk art, this is the place to come. With more than 130,000 items from all over the world, the museum houses the largest international … Continue reading

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SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO: The oldest capitol city in the USA

May 16 ~ Santa Fe, NM  Founded by Don Pedro de Peralta in 1610. At 408 years old, Santa Fe is the oldest capitol city and the second oldest city in the United States. The climate is pretty extraordinary, boasting … Continue reading

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NEW MEXICO: Chaco Culture National Historical Park

My 14th ~ New Mexico Up until about a week ago, I had never heard of Chaco Culture National Historical Park. When I ask if anyone had suggestions to add to our itinerary, this was brought up, in fact, more … Continue reading

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ARIZONA: Petrified Forest National Park and Painted Desert

May 13th ~ Petrified Forest National Park We got another late start today, but still had enough time to get a good overview of this diverse National Park. Entering from the southern entrance, we made a brief stop at a … Continue reading

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