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My lizards are growing to a pretty healthy size. I saw three of them up front today.
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A couple interesting music interpretations . . . 
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There is an interesting philosophical discussion of the nomadic life in this video. Once you have the wanderlust it's tough to shake it. It seems like the times are undergoing a major shift from the structured life of previous generations. It's just starting, but seems to be growing.
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There are no more allergy problems now. The rain is taking care of that.
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Isn't that just a lovely site? We had a really good downpour here yesterday afternoon---Thunder-- makes the corn grow
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A blast from the past
Bodie, a ghost town frozen in time, near Mono Lake in northeastern California.
A video taken in 1989
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These are the photos and videos I took on the walking tour and the museum tour in Los Alamos. It's a very interesting city which Garrison Keillor would like since most of the citizens are "above average" and have taken a very active interest in preserving the history of the city. Being so isolated, even now, from the rest of the country probably has contributed to this. You could say it's really a company town, with Los Alamos National Laboratory being the company. 
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The first mass produced car was way ahead of its time. People who made it were paid twice as much as other workers of the day so they would have enough money to buy it.
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ND Sweet $48, Sour $44
Oil prices traded higher Thursday after data on Wednesday showed a further decline in U.S. oil storage levels, which fell by 2.7 million barrels last week, and China reported better economic numbers.
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This video has a lot to say about a lot of different things, even about how eating locally grown foods can suppress allergies to local pollen.
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Without my navigation it would have been quite hard to find this Old Town Area and get out of it back to the highway. The sprawl seems to have overpowered since Santa Fe has grown. It has quite a lot in common with Toas, but Taos is a more intimate setting and not as crowded.
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Today I visited Taos. Since I was coming from the east I went over the surrounding mountains and down into Taos. It was a very scenic way to go, but the road had some switchbacks to get over the mountains, so it was pretty slow going in places. The road up from Santa Fe is only up, and follows the river so it has the curves, but not switchbacks. The most interesting road was the one up to Los Alamos, where I'm staying tonight. As you approach the city it becomes a very narrow two lane road. I guess the government still doesn't want to make it too easy to get to. 
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It's good to revisit Taos thanks to your good photos.
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