If you ever come here, bring money! Most of the stores sell fancy art and jewelry and crap like that I have no use for. About the only thing I could afford is food from the carts in the center square.
If you do have a bunch of money, you can buy a pink Masonic temple. I'm not sure who'd want to do that, but that might be a neat place to live in.
What sucks is when I finally got back to the car, I had to pay for an extra half-hour though it was only like five minutes over an hour. If the people in front of me had been quicker I could have saved a buck.
Anyway, here's the stuff from the Plaza:
I wanted out into the suburbs and eventually found where the Panera Bread is, not that it does me a lot of good at this point. I got lunch at Wendy's and then headed to Los Alamos.
To get to Los Alamos you have to go over a couple of windy mountain roads. Then the problem is they have the center of town closed for road construction. Between the construction and a bum address, I never did find the museum I was looking for. Instead I found a senior center, a little park, and the library, where I took a dump.
So instead of going to a museum I just got some random pictures from around Los Alamos. The best is from this park I passed by, where these dudes were all dressed up in medieval gear and fighting with swords and axes and crap. Nerds!
On the way back I stopped at a scenic overlook. It's not quite as good as Cedar City, UT, but I guess it makes the trip not a total loss.
Tomorrow should just be doing laundry and eating French bread pizza and watching football. By the time I wake up tomorrow the Lions will already be losing since they're playing in London at like 9am EST, or 7am here.