"I'm a regular swimmer and dreamed night before last that I was swimming in the turdy waters of a swimming pool after reading a national story, I guess it was. Such articles are best left unread! It's bad enough to see the occasional…"
"I'd suggest the following: (1) Pecos area for lots of flowing water. Very popular but midweek might be less busy. (2) Red Canyon Campground in the Manzanos. Day hike up to the crest. (3) Springtime Campground in the…"
"What I've seen and heard of the proposed bosque plans do not alarm me at all. I think that the more people who actually see the bosque or at least approach it and the river the more they will appreciate the gems that they are in our midst…"
"I think everyone has the fundamental, constitutional right to be armed with at least two assault pit pulls and as many guns and s/he deems necessary. They are an essential addition to gold bars and the food larder in your backyard bunker."
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Is there anyplace in Albuquerque that recycles old clothing, towels, etc? By that I mean fabrics that are no good for resale/reuse but could be…"
"I'm glad that the area has been saved from development and a road punched through, but this national park is so overhyped. Every tourist who comes to Albuquerque just HAS to see it, it seems, and nearly everyone comes away scratching…"
"Here in Downtown/Old Town Albuquerque I had my first visitors to the feeder on Saturday, April 20, 2013. Seems a little late this year by a week or two, but welcome at any time! The penstemon have just begun to bloom."
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Is there anyplace in Albuquerque that recycles old clothing, towels, etc? By that I mean fabrics that are no good for resale/reuse but could be recycled for some other use.
As a point of interest, my mother up until about the mid-1960s in Wisconsin would tear old sheets and other used-up fabrics into strips, roll them into balls and when she had enough, take them to an old lady who had a loom on her porch and who would weave them into rag rugs that we used on our floors at home. Now that's recycling on the home front!