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- "Jemez Mountains" Graybeard's photos around Albuquerque, United States A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Albuquerque, United States by TravelPod blogger Graybeard titled "Jemez Mountains" Graybeard's travel blog entry: "Today Steve takes me out for a tour of the area and he's a wealth of local information. We travel through a number of the local Indian Pueblos and stop at a visitor center and museum the Jemez Pueblo have built. As we travel through the Pueblos, many of the homes have the traditional adobe ovens in their yards in which traditional Indian fry bread is made. The Indians value their privacy and limit the entry of non-residents and/or prohibit pictures. The oven pictured was made at the museum for display. We're climbing up the side of a volcano that erupted in a tremendous explosion about 1.25 million years ago, blowing off the top of the mountain. There wasn't any lava to speak of, but the ash that blew out of the mountain solidified and formed the volcanic rock I see today. The caldera, the sunken area at the top of the mountain that was blown out by the volcano is, today, a large meadow that is a working cattle ranch. The ranch was privately owned and run since the 1600's, the result of a Spanish land grant to the Baca family. When the Bacas wanted to sell, the federal government bought the 95000 acre ranch and continues to run it as a working ranch. It's also home to a large herd of elk. We also stop to see 6 acres of land Steve and Linda own in a small community on the mountain. From the top of their ...
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- "Randa" Graybeard's photos around Randa, Spain A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Randa, Spain by TravelPod blogger Graybeard titled "Randa" Graybeard's travel blog entry: "This morning I went to a small town nearby shopping. Each town has its day for a farmer's market. I needed to stock up on fresh produce so rather than just do the supermarket trip I browsed the farmer's market at a small town close to where I'm staying. The markets are set up in the central square of the town and I figured they should have fresher produce than the supermarket. They also have more color and are more fun. After returning home to stock the refrigerator I went to Randa. In the middle of the agricultural plains of Mallorca there's a small hill (Puig Randa, 540 meters, 1771 feet) on which is located the town of Randa. At the top of the hill an old monastery shares space with a forest of radio antennae, the town is further down the hill. I had lunch at the hotel in Randa, explored the town a little, then headed up to the top to see the monastery. There's an interesting story that sheds light on the thinking and attitudes of at least some of the people in this rural area. Not far north of Randa is the little hamlet of Pina. In the 1980's a single, female British anthropologist came to Mallorca to research rural communities. She lived in Pina for several months. It seems she didn't quite fit in. She was criticized for having her lights on too late (she should have been asleep. I guess it never occurred to them that whoever ...
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- "Rock Pile" Graybeard's photos around S'Estanyol de Migjorn, Spain A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to s'Estanyol de Migjorn, Spain by TravelPod blogger Graybeard titled "Rock Pile" Graybeard's travel blog entry: "My destination today isn't very photogenic, looking pretty much like a rock pile. It's the oldest prehistoric site on the island - Capocorb Vell, the ruins of a village that archeologists believe existed in about 1000 BC. That's about the time that David was King in Israel. Although they believe that the village was bigger than what's been uncovered there are five talayots (three round and 2 square) and 28 stone residences. The talayots are towers made of stone and can be either round or square but nobody knows for sure what their functions were. Some appeared to be watchtowers, others were used for burials, they could have been religious, or they could have had military functions. They also think they might have been status symbols for important families. Or the answer could be D) all of the above. The entire village was surrounded by a stone wall. The individual houses have a separate area in the front of the house that archeologists believe may have been used to keep a few animals. The houses are all together like apartment buildings, so the south wall of one is the north wall of the next. Doorways are really short. You have to bend way over to get through. And you're allowed to climb all around these buildings which I found kind of surprising. Archeologists have worked on these sites but little is known of ...
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- "700 mile day" Graybeard's photos around Dexter, United States A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Dexter, United States by TravelPod blogger Graybeard titled "700 mile day" Graybeard's travel blog entry: "I need to get up and get going early so the alarm goes off at 5am (Central Time). I have the tent and everything packed up and am on the road by 6am. According to the GPS I have over 700 miles to travel to get to Roger and Jane's so it's going to be all freeway. (Or, as they're called out here... all expressway.) I check the tires before I go and decide the rear tire will hold out for another 700 miles. But I'm going to need a new one very soon. I admit to being influenced by stereotypes. When I think of Wisconsin, one of the primary things that comes to mind is... cheese. So I expected to see lots of dairy operations. I didn't. What I see is mile after mile of corn and a small bushy crop I don't recognize. Unlike the vast flat expanses of grain I drove through in eastern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, the fields here all seem to be broken up into smaller fields with trees between the fields. Wisconsin grows a LOT of corn. After crossing Wisconsin I go through a little of Illinois and through Chicago which is the typical urban mess. The only difference is that in California I can legally split the lanes - ride my bike between the lanes so I'm not stuck in traffic. I can't legally lane-split in Illinois so I'm stuck in Chicago traffic and I have second thoughts about the wisdom of following the suggestion of ...
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- "Home Again, Home Again, Jiggity, Jig" Graybeard's photos around Riverside, United States A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Riverside, United States by TravelPod blogger Graybeard titled "Home Again, Home Again, Jiggity, Jig" Graybeard's travel blog entry: "Although I could basically follow I40 almost all the way home, I decide to vary the route. I leave Flagstaff and have breakfast at a Route 66 diner in Williams where the waitress asks me if I want the booth with the ocean view. While I'm eating I read the local paper and learn the famous steam train from Williams to the Grand Canyon is being sold and the steam train is being retired... to be replaced by a diesel. Purportedly for environmental purposes. I stay on I40 until I reach the Oatman Highway, a lengthy section (probably about 50 miles or so) of the old Route 66. I turn off I40 and onto Route 66, passing through the long, flat Sacramento Valley before I reach the Black Mountains. I40 detours around the Black Mountains. Probably a wise choice if you want to make good time, but Route 66 went right through them. I'm amazed that a narrow, 2-lane road with numerous 10 or 15 mph switchbacks was such a major east-west highway. If you look to the right of the picture of the Black Mountains you can see the road snaking up the valley. There were many places I woud have loved to have stopped and photographed but there was simply no place to stop. Oatman is an old mining town that got its start in 1915 when prospectors hit gold and about $10 million of the metal was pulled out of the hills. The ...
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- "The Ancient Maya" Graybeard's photos around Tikal National Park, Guatemala A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Tikal National Park, Guatemala by TravelPod blogger Graybeard titled "The Ancient Maya" Graybeard's travel blog entry: "Whoever wrote the "early to bed, early to rise" rhyme probably didn't have 3:00 am in mind. At least I hope not. I asked for a wake-up call and was somewhat surprised that the phone actually woke me up at that hour. I made myself a quick breakfast because my next meal was about 12 hours away, added last minute stuff to my little overnight bag and headed out to the front gate to wait for the shuttle. This time, all traveling was uneventful. The shuttle ride into the Guatemala airport was quick and uneventful. (Even Guatemala City doesn't have much traffic at that hour!) The 45 minute ride on national airline TAG aboard a 33 seat turboprop was smooth and uneventful. And the shuttle from the airport at Flores was there and waiting. My name on the sign the driver was holding was badly fractured but it was close enough that figured it was probably me. As soon as we got to the hotel, which was one of a few actually located inside the national park, I dropped my bag and left on my tour. Although the agency that booked the tour package originally set me up for an English language tour I had them change it to a Spanish language tour because I get enough practice speaking English. More Spanish is what I need. That turned out to be a fortuitous decision. There was a fairly large group taking the English language ...
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