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  • From Presbyterian El Camino Building, Albuquerque

    57 min
  • From 5800 harper dr ne, Albuquerque

    57 min
  • From Shay & Lara, Albuquerque

    37 min
  • From Route 66 Fine Line Tattoo, Albuquerque

    26 min
  • From Home of Balloonists Behaving Badly, Albuquerque

    52 min
  • From El Camino Imaging Center, Albuquerque

    58 min
  • From The Downs Racetrack and Casino, Albuquerque

    33 min
  • From Dr.

    Hauman's Office, Albuquerque 53 min
  • From Chato's Tire Shop, Albuquerque

    37 min
  • From New Futures High School, Albuquerque

    43 min

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777 Tramway @ Wenonah (Art) VIEW
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36 A. T.C. (Bay B) VIEW

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    • Art - Old Town Station is 313 yards away, 5 min walk.
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Day 3: El Paso - Alamagordo - White Sands Park - Las Cruces - Albuquerque (620 km)

a car brings much less fatigue than not the most tiring day of travel without a car. Fact :). People who first mastered this method of travel were pleasantly surprised by this feature. After yesterday, the limits of the possibilities for moving in one day became clear, and due to the fact that the rest of the days were planned to be shorter in mileage, the question "we can do it / we can't do it" lost its relevance until the very end of the trip. In general, despite yesterday's record-breaking march of vivacity, there was more than enough. With this attitude, we continued.

Early morning in El Paso, the westernmost city in Texas bordering Mexico. The foggy plain, starting nearby, is already Mexico. More precisely, one of the largest cities in this part of it is Ciudad Juarez.

Where is the city, especially the largest one? Trust me, it's there :). In any case, at night this plain burned with lights much brighter than the American El Paso, and at the same time went far to the horizon. Which is not surprising, since more than 2.5 million people live in this "invisible" city. The reason for the rapid growth of Ciudad Juarez is obvious - it is proximity to the United States. Between it and El Paso is the second largest border crossing in the United States in terms of the volume of goods and people moved - here it is on the bridge:

Despite the transparency of the border, it is still there. The main crossing is on the International Bridge, all unofficial approaches to which are blocked by several rows of fences and walls with barbed wire and guarded by the US Border Patrol. Formally, it was possible to try to visit Mexico, but there was not much sense in this "tick": we were already in this country a week ago, and our today's plans did not allow us to exchange for nonsense :). So let's head for New Mexico.

If yesterday we were moving mainly in a westerly direction, today we are categorically turning to the north. The end of the day is scheduled after about 600 kilometers in Albuquerque. This is the state of New Mexico, the border of which begins immediately after El Paso.


Night motel turned out to be completely without breakfast, and most of the way today (at least the first couple of hundred kilometers for sure) had to pass through completely deserted places, more precisely, through a natural desert. In this regard, the issue of nutrition clearly required a solution back in El Paso. It is gratifying that the nearest Denny's chosen by the navigator (and we somehow literally "got hooked" on the restaurants of this chain back in Houston) turned out to be a couple of kilometers away from us...

But the road to him led to something unexpected. This "something" turned out to be the checkpoint of the operating military base "Fort Bliss": a barrier, a speed bump with spikes and a guard with a machine gun - everything was in place. However, the unexpected turn of history did not turn out to be a technical error. The restaurant is really located on the territory of the base, and, what is even more surprising, the guard opened the barrier and wished you bon appetit (well, I checked my passport before that, of course). This Denny's was different from the dozens of establishments where we have been and will continue to stop, only by visitors - every one of them was in military uniform. I wanted to take a picture, all the more so everyone around was extremely friendly, but somehow I was embarrassed, and I didn’t want to become the cause of complications in international relations :).

Close to the west of El Paso is the Franklin Range. The guide beckoned to some kind of cable car with amazing views - but we are going past, according to the set priorities :).

The buildings on the northern tip of El Paso got lower and lower until they finally disappeared into the vegetation. The landscape has become quite monotonous.

Southern New Mexico is one of the most sparsely populated areas in the US. This is due, first of all, to the climate - it is dry and hot here, even too much in summer. The desert, in turn, attracted the military here, who equipped their farms in vast areas of the southern part of the state: test sites for various types of weapons (here, for example, the world's first nuclear bomb was detonated) and air force bases. Some went further - the famous businessman Richard Branson even equipped a spaceport in New Mexico. Despite all this, the official nickname (and in the USA all states have such) of the state sounds like "Land of Enchantment", that is, "Land of Enchantment".

The desert road is as straight as an arrow. There are no turns, no bridges, no interchanges. There is also no housing. Somewhere along the way, a village of several dozen houses suddenly appeared. The nature of people's life there remained incomprehensible, and, in fact, people were not visible - they drove without stopping. Several times there were dirt crossings with specific warnings that tanks could cross the road ahead. But the tanks are still okay, when the rockets start flying, it becomes more difficult. But everything is thought out - then such signs appear on the road, informing about the tests that have begun and the temporary blocking of the road in connection with this. So, for an hour, no more :).

A more or less noticeable point in these places is the city of Alamogordo with a population of just over 30 thousand people, most of whom are military and their families. One of the local attractions is the former Alamogordo test site - here in 1945 the first nuclear explosion in history was carried out.

A couple of tens of kilometers from Alamogordo (and already a couple of hundred from El Paso) is our today's "place of the day." Geographically, this is the "White Sands Missile Range" - in other words, the White Sands missile test site. Next to it is the Holloman airbase. If you look closely, there is a black dot in the photo above just to the right of the flag - this is just a fighter that just started from the base. But still, you should not think that freedom of movement in America has reached such a level that we came here with a tour of the existing military facilities of the Department of Defense :).

In fact, everything is much more prosaic, but no less interesting for that. The fact is that not only people are doing something interesting on the territory of the missile range - nature has also created something interesting here.

The name of the landfill was given by one of the local wonders of nature - huge dunes of almost white color, which occupied a separate territory.

Since any more or less interesting natural phenomenon in the United States has long been turned into a national park, that is, it is here. The area of ​​the park is about 710 sq. km, it is a field of white sand dunes, consisting of the smallest gypsum crystals.

Gypsum is rarely found as sand because it dissolves easily in water. As a rule, rains wash out the gypsum and carry it to the sea along the water streams. The Tularosa Valley is landlocked, and the gypsum that rains wash out of the nearby mountains is trapped in the pool.


Subsequently, the moisture dries and the gypsum in the form of fine sand remains on the surface.

Under the influence of the winds, the huge white dunes constantly change the relief, creating the impression of an alien surface. Unlike ordinary quartz sand, gypsum sand does not get hot even during the hottest summer months, and you can safely walk on it with bare feet.

There are several routes for visitors to the park. The main road - automobile - has a length of 13 kilometers. At a completely relaxed pace, with stops at all designated interesting points, it can be overcome in an hour and a half. For those wishing to visit completely deserted places, hiking trails depart from the road.

Before you go on it you need to sign up in a special book. This kind of security clearly does not seem superfluous - the dunes extend for ten kilometers from the equipped part of the park, and at the end, in general, they turn into an endless desert - so it's easy to get lost.

After exploring the desert landscapes, we head straight for the place of spending the night - the largest city in the state of New Mexico - Albuquerque. It is just over 400 kilometers from White Sands or 5-6 hours with stops.

Most of the way to Albuquerque was on I-25. The road turned out to be extremely deserted, like the area around, but in quality it was absolutely identical to other "interstates" seen. Rare villages were located only close to the Rio Grande, which flowed parallel to the highway. Despite the desert, the infrastructure of these towns was quite sufficient to provide cars and people with everything necessary for a comfortable trip.

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