While Bill perused a giant map of current earthquakes:
Part of the visit was a 3D movie about National Parks - OK, once all the school kids got quiet. Then we went to the Plaza area. First stop was lunch at the Church Street Cafe, second was a T-shirt shop
Sandra's new T-shirt (Bill got a different one)
Bill paid a visit to a couple of relics of Sibley's misadventures in the area, replicas of a couple of the mountain howitzers buried nearby during his retreat after his supply train was destroyed.
Kind of interesting how certain parts of the gun are some much shinier than the rest of it
Now it was time for a visit to Bill;s favorite store on the Plaza - a book shop. He ended up with 6 Steven Havills and the new Anne Hillerman - lots of reading when we get home.
After a trip back to the motel to recuperate, we hiked across the street to the Pueblo Cultural Center. The lobby features one of New Mexico's 'painted ponies'
Only 6 miles today, but 3066 for the trip. Tomorrow we're off to Santa Fe for a couple of days.