About the Photos
In the summer of 2010, we went to the Handweavers Guild of America's Convergence conference, held in Albuquerque, NM, then went to Las Cruces to visit children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. The links at the left take you to slide shows of the various part of our trip.While in Albuquerque, we were treated to daily balloon launchings, visible across the Rio Grande from our hotel. We visited lots of places, including art and textile galleries and museums in Albuquerque, Madrid, and Santa Fe, and visited the Nuclear Science and Technology Museum near Kirtland Air Force Base. After visiting Las Cruces and hiking the Mesilla Bosque wetlands, which were very wet indeed, having experienced a record rainfall the day before, we headed for home through Silver City and eastern Arizona, taking a brief stop at Canyon de Chelly, and a diversion to the EBR-1 site at the National Energy Lab in central Idaho, to cap our education in Nuclear Science.