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Los Alamos, CA: Editor’s wine picks

A recent travel article on Los Alamos, CA—a wine-country town fifty miles north of Santa Barbara—left us wishing we could sample some of the region’s great wines from afar. 163 more words


Now, it guards ghosts...

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This old sentry tower used to guard the entrance to the once closed city.

Where is this?

Geotagging historic secrets…
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Review: BOMB

Author: Steve Sheinkin

Genre: Informational Nonfiction

Age: YA

Awards: YALSA Award for Excellence in Nonfiction (2013) Newbery Honor (2013)

Synopsis: Here is the one from… 147 more words

Book Review

Day 7 - Vineyards and Orchards

We left our wonderful hosts house really early for us, around 7am, after we stopped Higgs from harassing the horse. We stopped pretty soon though to run some errands in the nearby town. 221 more words

Radioactive waste comes to West Texas

Radioactive waste from Los Alamos arrived in Andrews, Texas over a week ago. Up to 10 shipments per week are expected in the near future. There, it will be stored for up to a year. 37 more words


postcard from Los Alamos

I’m not sure how we ended up here apart from the fact that it’s near Bandelier National Monument where we spent the morning hiking. We thought we’d booked a hotel in White Rock, near Bandelier, but apparently the reservation was actually for this hotel in Los Alamos, home of the Manhattan Project. 317 more words