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We toured all over San Antonio yesterday, as the river barge ride was cancelled because of the weather. Had lunch at a Mexican restaurant, then went to the Texas Institute of History and Culture, a fascinating museum showcasing all the many ethnic groups who came to TX and helped to make it what it is today.

Tonight, we're going to NIOSA, Night In Old San Antonio; food, dancing, music, ethnic booths. Should be a lot of fun!

Here's more pics from N.M. ......
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The Big Ditch, 60' deep at one time, was carved out by a tremendous flood in the early years of the century. It used to be the main street.
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Silver City has lots of really nice buildings
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Colorful town
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Wall around an art gallery; notice the broken bottles on the top of the wall!
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Lovely tile work!
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Mine, all mine!
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A New Mexican family group
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This cute guy was in a store window
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This was a great place, where I saw the Hummingbirds
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New Mexican squirrel
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New Mexican Bullfrog!
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The land inside the Refuge
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Male Gambel's Quail in the campground
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Cattle Egret
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Lovely House Finch in Bosque
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A Roadrunner in the gardens in Bosque
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This Mockingbird had an unbelievable number of sounds at his disposal
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The really gorgeous Chihuahuan Raven
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Cliff Swallows were everywhere, to eat the gnats

I can't believe it! For the first time in weeks, I got to post everything without the laptop freezing up on me! Gloriana! Hallelujah!

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wonderful wonderful! Have Fun!

looks a big frog. Is that different from a normal bullfrog?

I think (I'm not really up on frogs) that he's a Texas bullfrog. So we were told. Never really seen too many frogs, just heard their choruses in the night.

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