Tag Archives: Los Alamos

Bayo Canyon Trails: A Glimpse into our Past

by Dr. Denise R. Ames I love to hike, not just for the exercise although that is important too, but it is a time that I feel a deep connection with nature. Hiking the Bayo Canyon Trails gave me a … Continue reading

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The Canyons of Los Alamos: Where Discoveries are Made

By Dr. Denise R. Ames Los Alamos, New Mexico—home of the Atomic Bomb—also showcases a rugged terrain of deep canyons and soaring cliffs. Los Alamos’s city motto is “Where discoveries are made,” in which reference to the atomic bomb immediately … Continue reading

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A Pall over Los Alamos: A Visit to the “Atomic City”

By Dr. Denise R. Ames  What comes to your mind when you hear Los Alamos? I bet it is not cottonwood (poplar) trees, as the word means in Spanish, but something more ominous, perhaps the place where the great minds … Continue reading

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