I've been told more than once to see this museum, and I usually have to be told more than once.
Let me tell you a little about this museum: Geronimo, Hot Springs, Ralph Edwards.
Seriously, it's a good museum. It's far bigger than you would imagine from the outside. It's only $5, with $1 discount for AARP and maybe AAA. There is a very impressive pottery collection, and a lot of interesting information along with the artifacts. If you leave here not knowing a lot about Truth or Consequences, then you obviously got pulled in by the jigsaw puzzle already in progress in the Community Room.
One of the town's saloons was exactly here. One of its floozies, too.
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If you like museums, you'll like this one. Don't let my highly distractible nature turn you away from this great collection of New Mexico artifacts and lore.
Some of you express worry, here and in email, for my safety and continence as I travel. Thanks for that - I am warmed by your concern, for real.
- If I feel weird about a place, I won't stay there.
- I look for places with available toilets. I have an emergency toilet in Spud, but I haven't had the need or the privacy to use it yet.
- I can stretch out and sleep in Spud without her hatch being open.
- If I'm someplace comfortable, like a campground, I'll put her tent on and I'm even more comfortable. I don't do this, of course, at a Walmart or at rest area. For now.
Right now I'm housesitting, which is a stone's throw beyond wonderful. I couldn't be happier with this situation. It doesn't create a lot of adventurous tales to tell you, but I think I needed this more than I needed adventure.