Tuesday, January 5, 2010

New Mexico

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Hatch is known as the "Green Chile capital of the world".

The town of Deming is known for its annual duck races.

The leaves of the Yucca, New Mexico's state flower, can be used to make rope, baskets and sandals.

New Mexico's State Constitution officially states that New Mexico is a bilingual State, and 1 out of 3 families in New Mexico speak Spanish at home.

New Mexico has far more sheep and cattle than people. There are only about 12 people per square mile.

White Sands National Monument is a desert, not of sand, but of gleaming white gypsum crystals.

Since New Mexico's climate is so dry 3/4 of the roads are left unpaved. The roads don't wash away.

Moon Rocks can be found at the International Space hall of fame that is located in Alamogordo.

The town of Gallup calls itself the "Indian Capital of the World" and serves as a trading center for more than 20 different Indian groups. Every August it is the site of the Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial

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