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Jan 6, 2008 - Laguna Pueblo

Robert,Marilyn, and I were off to see the "Deer Dance Cerimonies" at Laguna Pueblo today, Laguna Pueblo being about 40 miles west of Albuquerque along I-40. We arrrived there to find a pretty quiet looking Pueblo! After talking to some locals we discovered the cerimonies had been the day before, but if we went up the road a ways there was another Pueblo having some dances that day, well we got there and again pretty quiet. We couldn't even find anybody to ask about the dances so we carried on to Grants and decided to check out the ice caves...

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Oct 15, 2007 - Travel to Grants, NM to KOA and Tour Lava Flows

Grants, NM Info Grants, NM Weather Coyote Sounds Web Site There are several sounds of a Coyote. If you click on this link, you will be able to select different howls of a Coyote. I heard the ones that sound like a siren and the extended howls. Change to Trip Plans We have decided to make a change to our trip plans. We will leave the Jemez Mountains on Monday instead of Tuesday to reduce the trip time to the Petrified Forest in AZ. We will stay one night at Grants KOA 80 miles west of here where there are lava flows that we can examine. We...

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May 27, 2007 - Grants New Mexico

Grants, New Mexico Sunday, May 27, 2007. We left Roswell today around 8:30 A.M. We were a little slow in moving this morning, but this is our return leg home so was in no hurry to leave Roswell. We had traveled only 80 miles before we reached our first stop, Lincoln, New Mexico. Lincoln, New Mexico, is a town from the mid 1800's and lives today as a New Mexico State Monument. There are a few inhabitants, about 50, who still call this town home, but for the most part it is a preserved moment of history. During the Lincoln County War, 1878,...

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