Fireball Run Trinity Experience® is a 5-day, 4-night, all VIP 'driventure' enhanced with personal immersive, historic, cultural, and culinary experiences. All leading to a rare visit to the high-security desert site of the first atomic detonation.
For eleven seasons Amazon’s adventure-travel series, The Fireball Run® has taken viewers on the wildest ride to the most amazing, interesting and often obscure places abroad. Leveraging our knowledge of the obscure epic history we now offer show-inspired exclusive, private and interactive expert guided expeditions to New Mexico's most historic achievements.
Unlike the series, Fireball Run Experiences are not a competition. Instead they're extraordinary VIP driventures to the best of under-discovered America. From gaining special access to personally engaging artifacts and antiquities so untouchable they can’t be revealed. We take the road less traveled to places most travelers miss, get history’s full story, personally meet those that lived it, and participate alongside experts creating it.
Fireball Run: Trinity Experience takes place entirely in New Mexico. Participation is exclusive and limited to just 15, two-person adult adventourists. Guests considering this caravan should share an appreciation of space, science, spiritual, astrological, and archeological-centric history. Courtesy vans are provided for non-paved sites, therefore any personal vehicle is applicable.
Santa Fe, New Mexico’s capital, sits in the Sangre de Cristo foothills. Renowned for culture, cuisine and majestic scenery, Santa Fe was founded by Spain in 1610. It is America’s oldest state capitol, predating the Jamestown (Virginia) settlement by 10 years! While maintaining its historic heritage and Pueblo architecture, Santa Fe is widely considered ‘Beverly Hills’ of the Southwest.
Nestled within the Rio Grande Valley is the rustic town of Socorro. In 1598, Conquistador Juan de Oñate led famished settlers into the area. Their prayers answered by the Piro Indians which offered them food and water, thus Oñte named it "Socorro", Spanish for "aid". This one-time mining town is now known for research, golf, and hotel luminary Conrad Hilton.
Ruidoso is a quaint and robust village set within the Sierra Blanca mountains. The distinct community is well known for its adventure-tourism, skiing, array of locally owned shops, and its proximity to Inn of the Mountain Gods, New Mexico’s premiere mountain resort. Although Ruidoso has few ties to science, it is an epicenter of Wild Wild West history, as well as home to the All American Futurity, the wealthiest Quarter Horse race even in the world.
Founded in 1706, Albuquerque is New Mexico's most populous city. Aside from an assortment of cultural museums, Albuquerque is home to the National Nuclear Museum, a fascinating and well showcased jewel in the community crown. Other unique city attractions include the World’s Longest Tram, Sandia National Laboratory, Old Town Plaza, and the historic Kimo Theater. Albuquerque is also host to the International Balloon Festival which is the featured event of Fireball Run Balloon Fiesta Experience.
Below are the places you'll go, people you'll meet, and rare moments you'll experience. On this expedition you'll interact with world history and rediscover lost history in ways never dreamed possible. This isn't a tour- it's an adventour. And although you'll adventure in extraordinary ways, we encourage those unable join us to use our endorsed list of locations to plan your own ultimate drivecation.
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Rise and shine Adventourists! We hope your stay at the luxurious Inn at Lorretto was exciting, inviting, and relaxing. You and your guides will leave promptly at 8:30am towards another great locally popular breakfast experience. Please have all bags packed in your vehicle, complimentary beverage in hand, and be ready to roll.
It's exciting, inviting, and relaxing... if you're into that sort of thing.
Ouch! An uber-early and shine. Fireball Run Guides will be in the Holiday Inn lobby at 6am with complimentary pre-made and made-to-order famous New Mexican breakfast burritos, coffee, milk or juice prepped for a meal on wheels. Hope ya have a cup holder, we've been advised to have breakfast on the road and roll out at 6:30am to avoid crushing Trinity site access wait time.
If ocal experts say eat on the road that's just what we're gonna do.
From Albuquerque’s Sunport, off the freeway and onto the Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway. The Scenic and Historic Area encompasses 15,000 square miles in the heart of central New Mexico, linking Albuquerque to Santa Fe. The winding drive is approximately 50 miles long. Along the way you’ll drop into a few points of interest then arrive for lunch in the artisan town of Madrid, then onward to Los Alamos.
Off the beaten path scenic views, history and a quirky village.
Since in 1948 the Pantry has been serving some of the best breakfast and lunches in Santa Fe. This little diner is unbelievably popular with locals and has been featured in several foodie shows. Early bird gets breakfast... because daily this joint is jam packed and standing room only. Doesn't matter, area residents love to socialize and catch up with their neigbors while patiently waiting. Lucky you. Not only are your seats reserved, owner Michael Singley is on hand to greet your and share his family's passion for this historic eatery.
Thier slogan says it all... "Santa Fe's Meeting and Eating Place Since 1948!"
Although the Manhattan Project story began in Los Alamos and turned a few exciting pages in Socorro, it's the secretive middle chapter which mystifies everyone. Congratulations! You are on the road towards one of the most historic sites in World history. Adventuring from Socorro back through the tiny town of San Antonio and onward along the desolate highway 360 to the old Stallion Range access point.
This is the most ideal and closest military entry point to the Trinity site.
Population, 37. Also located along the Turquoise Trail, Golden, NM was the very first gold rush site west of the Mississippi River. Although long before settlers arrived it was occupied both Native Americans, then Spaniards. Gold was discovered there in the late 1820's. Ranching and mining continued until around 1892. Thereafter, the town was abandoned. While some ruins remain visible, Golden is most notable for it's 1830 historic Catholic church and old General Merchandise store which has operated since 1918.
First gold rush site west of the Mississippi River.
Welcome to what is known abroad as VLA. Located in remote Southern New Mexico is one of the world's premier astronomical radio observatories. 27 massive radio antennas, each 82 feet in diameter. Together providing the resolution of a dish 22-miles wide! The National Radio Astronomy Observatory hosts an open house only twice a year and we've missed it by one day...ugh. Talk about epic... NRAO has graciously granted you a rare private and exclusive opportunity to experience VLA up-close and personal.
We leave no monolithic experience unturned. This great human achievment shouldn't be missed by anyone.
Although this history began in Los Alamos and turned a few exciting pages in Socorro, the middle chapter captivates all; detonation of the world's first atomic bomb aka "Trinity". Open just twice annually, your experience is timed with the first public opening of 2018. Over 8,000 guests are anticipated. Author and notable historian and Trinity's lead guide Jim Eckles anticipates fielding questions from well over 8,000 visitors. Good thing he was your VIP guest at dinner with him last night.
All roads on this experience leads to this epic moment.
A historic roadhouse renown for their deep friend green chili baskets, green chili cheese burgers, and green chili stew. Located in the once abandoned mining town of Madrid, which is today a thriving art community lined with numerous eclectic artisan shops. The Mineshaft is part tavern, restaurant, dance hall, and mine history museum.
You can't drive the Turquoise Trail and not make a stop in quirky Madrid.
In May of 1598 Spanish explorers and two Fransiscan priests led by Don Juan de Oñate arrived to what is now the town of Socorro. From 1615 to 1626 the priests constructed the San Miguel Church. The native rebellion in 1680 forced the Spanish fleeing in retreat. A number of years later new settlers found the abandoned church in dilapidated condition. Yet structurally sound it was rebuilt. Lying beneath four sub-floors are the bodies of four priests who died while serving their faithful.
San Miguel is one of the oldest existing churches in America.
From Madrid, passing Santa Fe and on route to Los Alamos via scenic highway 84, then venturing NM 502. Along the there and back we'll detour for a little coin action at Cities of Gold, Tesuque, Camel Rock, and Buffalo Thunder casinos. The twisty drive from Santa Fe to Los Alamos is 41 minutes each way.
We gotta get there somehow and while dirt roads can be fun everyone needs to arrive on time.
In 1950 a massive blaze ignited within the Capitan Mountains of New Mexico. Hundreds of firefighters labored to wrestle control. When it was over, a little cub was spotted taking refuge in a charred tree. Wounded and burned he was sent for treatment. The cubs survival story captured America's heart, and he was christened Smokey Bear. A living reminder as to the danger of forest fires. Welcome to the small village of Capitan, NM home to the original Smokey Bear, park, museum and burial site.
Aside from being an important American figure, Smokey is a pop-culture phenomenon.
While this rustic roadside museum houses some area history, its true purpose is to collect, preserve and showcase New Mexico's first brewery, the Illinois Brewing Company. Long since closed, it was founded in 1884 by William Hammel, who coincidentally immigrated to America with his friend, August Busch (Yep- that one). And while Auggie optioned to brew in St. Louie, Hammel set off for Socorro. Sadly, prohibition brought down the brewery, it turned another page in history by becoming the state's first Pepsi plant.
The brew building, a few artifacts and Hammel's original office and contents still exist.
Deep within 240 acres of undeveloped land within south-central New Mexico is the historic Fort Stanton. Established in 1855 as a military outpost to protect settlers as America expanded west. 88 original structures are what make Fort Stanton one of the most intact U.S. military forts in existence. This resilient remote location had been in use right up and until a few years ago. It was even under the command of the U.S. Navy. Fort curator Steve Duffy will guide you through the history, to an artifact experience, and onto a special time traveling photo op.
As one of the most complete U.S. pioneer forts remaining... no one should pass it up.
Friday, April 24, 1964, around 5:50p Socorro Police Officer Lonnie Zamora witnessed something... and his life, and the town would ever be the same. Considered one of the best documented and most perplexing UFO reports in history, Zamora, a respected officer chased a shiny flying object, watched it land, saw figures enter it and take off. His account of events were backed by a body of evidence. Although media mocked him, the town believed him. We'll visit the site with Lonnie's friends and town leaders of the time.
Lonnie was no liar nor looking for fame. Now meet those who knew him best.
Talk about hidden gem, this "blink and you'll miss it" establishment has been serving traditional New Mexican flavor since 1958. Back then selling 15¢ tacos and tamales from under an umbrella in nearby Espanola, NM. Today El Parasol is still family owned, six locations, and favored by the locals. It's also where you'll join special guests for lunch.
With patrons ranging from elected leaders to world famous physicists you bet we'll be there.
After roasting his coffee competition in town, this one-time engineer decided to take on the fine art of fine spirits. And he didn’t take long. Although just recently opening, his lavish liquors have already impressed cocktail connoisseurs from all around. Upon arrival, owner Will Ponder and his gang of sauce slingers will take you on a tipple tour. The boozy binge on hooch history ends in the tasting room. Those of an acquired taste can sip on a sample. But not too much as there are yet a few more highway miles ahead. Adventourists are encouraged to bag a bottle to enjoy when the drive is done.
Local distillery, you betcha'!
This museum has been rockin' it since 1889! Located within New Mexico's Institute of Mining and Technology, their collection is hard to beat. Over 15,000 minerals, from Anorthite to Zoubekite are presented in spectacular Smithsonian-like fashion. Speaking of the Smithsonian... the museum also has one of the largest specimens of Smithsonite in existence, several fragments of Trinitite and historic artifacts ranging from belongings of the school founder right up to a piece of "Jumbo", the bomb detonated at Trinity.
We could exist without the 'science and technology' of mining.
Following lunch with area leaders, you'll roll into an optimized drive to key and historic locations within Los Alamos. The vibrant town of Los Alamos as you see it today was built on the original labratory grounds and there are several tell tale signs to spot- "if" you know where they are.
Narrated by lifetime resident and expert area guide Georgia Strickfaden of Atomic City Tours. Take Georgia's full tour on your next visit for even more hidden history.
This local favorite has been rippin' at Ruidoso for nearly 30 years. Back in the day, this legendary logger earned the nickname "Grizzly". Ever since he's entertained tons of travelers with little more than a pint of gas and very sharp saw. The buzz around town isn't slicing wood, it's about carving mini masterpeices out of a plain ol' log. When you arrive the mountain man himself, Rob "Grizzly" Adams will teach you how to carve a sign all while turning an ordinary tree trunk into a cute cuddly bear.
This art is understaded elegance and who wouldn't want to meet "Grizzly" Adams?!
Upon the closing of the El Camino Real Museum, many of its antiquities transferred to the city, which in turn placed several inside the town's library. On display is an assortment of incredibly rare and well preserved Piro Pueblo Native American artifacts. In the late 1500's the Piro people welcomed Spanish colonists, but by 1660 colonial rule and conflict took its toll and the tribe migrated toward El Paso. Very little is known about the Piros. What is known is they are the only tribe to leave what is now New Mexico and never return.
An notable gem of history tucked into in an obscure little public library.
It's the greatest secret since the Manhattan Project. The Los Alamos History Museum presents the complete story, from Native settlements dating back to 1300, a famed school of 1917, right up to the day Uncle Sam came calling. While an array of one of a kind artifacts and archives await guests on the inside, a stroll outside leads to ancent dwellings, amazing structures and historic homes.
Audio recordings and personal stories, the Los Alamos History Museum isn't to be overlooked.
What was it like the morning night turned to day? You're getting a first hand account from area locals who actually saw it in this rare private thirty-minute 'ask me anything' conversation. Forget what you've read and fact find from those that lived it. Flip your phone to video and start rolling because these are the stories you'll brag about for a lifetime.
So long fake news... we're here to face the facts.
Saving the best for last, you'll go beyond the books to personally encounter one of the men who engineered history. Engage a Manhattan Project scientist for an exclusive and private Q & A session. Listen, learn, ask, and leave knowing you met a true legend.
Bringing you to the brink of history is what Fireball Run is known for.
J. Robert Oppenheimer, an American theoretical physicist was the director of the Los Alamos Laboratory during the Manhattan Project. Responsible for the research and design of the atomic bomb, he is the "Father of the atomic bomb". Oppenheimer's area home is mere steps from Los Alamos History Museum. And while anyone can see it, you'll have the 'very' rare opportunity to step inside.
He's the Father of the Atomic Bomb. Historically speaking, we may not be here today if not for his ingenuity, devotion, and determination.
How perfect is this? One night here and tomorrow you'll exit Socorro an expert at everything experienced so far! All humor aside, the Holiday Inn Express is Socorro's premier place to rest after an amazing New Mexico adventure. Time to check in, refresh and unwind with friends at the firepit for another celebratory Champaign toast.
... you can always count on the quality and consistency of IHG properties.
What began as a grocery store in 1939 evolved into a popular lounge and restaurant, renown for its then unrealized contribution to the war effort. At the time proprietor J. C. Miera wasn't quite sure why his remote establishment became the choice hangout for a group of 'gold prospecting' physicists. That was until an early earth shattering moment on July 16, 1945. Yup, Oppenheimer indeed dined here. Now now you will too. And it's third generation owner, Mrs. Royina Baca has a really hot story to share with you. Tonight's guest of honor, Socorro Mayor Ravi Bhasker.
Awesome owner, direct tie to history and best burgers and steaks in the biz.
Our Los Alamos experience concludes with a lesser known epic drive to the crest of Pajarito Mountain, literally though Los Alamos Labratory (ID Check-Point), past the bandelier National Monument to the town of White Rock and onward to Santa Fe. Expect winding roads, 360° views, ancient caves and structures, Los Alamos Labratory, and a distillery.
Georigia Strickfaden of Los Alamos Tours shared this little scenic secret with us and now we're sharing it with you.
After hours of driving we figured you could use a little space and the Frank T. Etscom Observatory on the New Mexico Tech campus is certainly the place for space. Capping today's epic adventour, an exciting opportunity to join expert astronomers as they boldly search where no man has gone before. Dedicated April 25, 1993, this obscure observatory enlists a noteworthy 20-inch Dobsonian within a 15-foot dome. Their astro-arsenal also includes a 6-inch Shiefspiegler under dome, an 8-inch Newtonian, as well as a smaller 13-inch Dobsonian.
Although New Mexico is popular for night sky star gazing where nebulas are seen with the naked eye, roll out the big toys and the universe is all yours.
Lucky you. We have been invited into the home of a profound local collector. This unbelievable display of extremely rare specimens, fossils, Indonesian relics, and nearly an entire forest of monolithic petrified wood is the passion of just one person. The crown jewel weighing in at a whopping one thousand fifty-seven pounds, measuring a height of twenty-four inches and unprecedented length of thirty-eight inches across is one of the collection is one of the best and largest privately-owned meteorites in the world.
It's a rare opportunity to experience a private collection of this magnitude.
Time to check-Inn at Lorretto, our favorite place to rest. Authentic around every corner, the Pueblo inspired property is unbelievably decorated with the best art and artifacts to be found in Santa Fe. No expense was spared in each and every room of this awe-inspiring 4-Star luxury resort. Just don't get too comfy because our next stop is the 10,000 Waves Spa nestled within Santa Fe Peak.
Hands down, this is the best property on the plaza.
Enjoy a brief walking history tour of the Santa Fe Plaza presented by Fireball Run expert guides. This tour introduces the history of and passes near the Chapel of Lorretto, Cathedral, Palace of the Governors (America's oldest continuously operating government building), Center Plaza, and 109 E. Palace Avenue... the mysterious orginal gateway to the Manhattan Project.
A glimpse into the upcoming Fireball Run: Native America Experience!
New Mexico is known for its unique minerals, archaeology and paleontology discoveries. Trinitite (the infused sand-glass result of the first atomic test) while being highly rare and coveted is also often faked. Lucky you, our first private shopping experience is to the reputable Mineral and Fossil Gallery located in the heart of Santa Fe's historic plaza. Upon arrival, you'll be greeted by the man affectionally refered to as the "Indiana Jones of Minerals", shop owner and mineral hunter Charlie Snell. Charlie is closing his doors to host you for a little wine, cheese, and an open dialog on some hard topics.
Charlie is closing his doors to host you for a little wine, cheese, and an open dialog on hard topics.
Our final private shopping experience sets at the Sun Country Trader. Generations of goodwill and trust in this Trader by area Native Americans means these they recieve top of the line genuine jewelry crafted by the most celebrated Native artists. You're popping in to learn how to distingusih authentic goods from frauds. All while snacking on cultural sweets and cofffees.
It's against the law to visit Santa Fe and NOT browse authentic Native jewelry.
Set within 20 wooded acres, this Japanese-themed spa is unimaginably relaxing. It is here you and your guest will retire to your own private spa among the evening stars and rich forest. Kick off your clothes, get comfortable in your kimono, stroll the meticulously manicured Japanese inspired gardens, listen to the refreshing falls, enjoy a delightful cup of green tea, or find your Zen within the oh so peaceful serenity room. Then escape to your private tub for an all too short 45 minutes.
OMG this is where everyone wants to be.
There will be plenty of time to taste the flavor of the Southwest. Tonight, however we feast in the best steakhouse in Santa Fe. Forget the dining room... their popular old school lounge is where you'll be. From State leaders to celebrities you never know who you'll rub elbows with in this exquisite restaurant. A fitting finale to an epic day.
BEST. STEAK. EVER. BEST. BOURBON. EVER.
Weeeeeeell leisure so much as you'll certainly enjoy more time at locations than the constants in the TV series. Yet not so much that it becomess boring. Trinity Experience avoids the fluff to get right to the stuff that matters most.
|8:30 a||Meet Up: Barella's Coffee House||30 mins||9:00 a||Ghost Town: Golden, New Mexico||50 mins||36.00||0|
|7:30 a||Meet Up: Inn at Lorretto||0||7:30 a||The Pantry||15 mins||3.00||0|
|8:30 a||2 Ruidoso Redheads||0||8:30 a||Sacred Grounds Coffee and Tea House||5 mins||2.00||0|
|5:30 a||Meet Up: Hotel & Breakfast On-The-Go||30 mins||6:00 a||Drive: Road to Trinity||90 mins||0.00||0|
|9:50 a||Ghost Town: Golden, New Mexico||15 mins||10:05 a||Mineshaft Tavern & Museum||15 mins||11.00||0|
|6:00 a||Drive: Road to Trinity||90 mins||7:30 a||The Trinity Site||90 mins||0.00||0|
|7:45 a||The Pantry||30 mins||8:15 a||Very Large Array aka VLA||185 mins||187.00||15 mins|
|8:35 a||Sacred Grounds Coffee and Tea House||30 mins||9:05 a||Lincoln Historic Site - Visitor Center||45 mins||32.00||15 mins|
|12:45 p||Lunch||30 mins||1:15 p||Smokey Bear Historical Park||5 mins||0.00||0|
|11:30 a||Very Large Array aka VLA||45 mins||12:15 p||Lunch||55 mins||51.00||0|
|10:20 a||Mineshaft Tavern & Museum||30 mins||10:50 a||El Parasol||70 mins||60.00||0|
|10:05 a||Lincoln Historic Site - Visitor Center||45 mins||10:50 a||Lunch||60 mins||57.00||0|
|1:10 p||Lunch||30 mins||1:40 p||San Miguel de Socorro Church||5 mins||0.00||0|
|7:30 a||The Trinity Site||180 mins||11:00 a||Lunch||90 mins||0.00||15 mins|
|11:50 a||Lunch||30 mins||12:20 p||Historical Society For Southeast NM||5 mins||0.50||0|
|12:25 p||El Parasol||30 mins||12:55 p||Los Alamos Lap Tour||0||0.00||0|
|1:20 p||Smokey Bear Historical Park||20 mins||1:40 p||Fort Stanton||10 mins||7.00||0|
|12:25 p||Historical Society For Southeast NM||30 mins||12:55 p||Walker Aviation Museum||20 mins||8.00||0|
|1:45 p||San Miguel de Socorro Church||25 mins||2:10 p||Hammel Museum||5 mins||0.50||0|
|2:15 p||Hammel Museum||30 mins||2:45 p||Unsolved: The Lonnie Zamora Incident||5 mins||1.50||0|
|1:50 p||Fort Stanton||40 mins||2:30 p||Glencoe Distillery||30 mins||9.00||0|
|12:55 p||Los Alamos Lap Tour||40 mins||1:35 p||Los Alamos History Museum||0||0.00||0|
|1:15 p||Walker Aviation Museum||30 mins||1:45 p||New Mexico Military Institute||25 mins||9.00||0|
|3:00 p||Glencoe Distillery||40 mins||3:40 p||Grizzly's Bears||30 mins||17.00||0|
|2:10 p||New Mexico Military Institute||30 mins||2:40 p||International UFO Museum||5 mins||1.50||0|
|2:50 p||Unsolved: The Lonnie Zamora Incident||30 mins||3:20 p||NM Institute Mineral Museum||10 mins||2.50||0|
|1:35 p||Los Alamos History Museum||40 mins||2:15 p||Living History: Manhattan Project Scientist||0||0.00||0|
|2:15 p||Living History: Manhattan Project Scientist||30 mins||2:45 p||Oppenheimer Residence||0||0.00||0|
|4:10 p||Grizzly's Bears||30 mins||4:40 p||Noisy Water Winery||5 mins||0.50||0|
|2:45 p||International UFO Museum||45 mins||3:30 p||Isleta Resort||180 mins||205.00||30 mins|
|3:30 p||NM Institute Mineral Museum||40 mins||4:10 p||Living History: Trinity Witnesses||10 mins||2.00||0|
|7:00 p||Isleta Resort||45 mins||7:45 p||Cervantes Restaurant & Lounge||15 mins||6.00||0|
|4:20 p||Living History: Trinity Witnesses||30 mins||4:50 p||Piro Pueblo Collection||5 mins||1.00||0|
|2:45 p||Oppenheimer Residence||30 mins||3:15 p||Drive Labratory Loop||0||0.00||0|
|4:45 p||Noisy Water Winery||30 mins||5:15 p||Two Bears Trading Post||5 mins||0.50||0|
|4:50 p||Piro Pueblo Collection||20 mins||5:10 p||Holiday Inn Express||10 mins||1.50||0|
|8:00 p||Cervantes Restaurant & Lounge||60 mins||9:00 p||Isleta Resort||15 mins||6.00||0|
|3:15 p||Drive Labratory Loop||60 mins||4:15 p||Private Collection Tour||60 mins||51.00||0|
|5:20 p||Two Bears Trading Post||30 mins||5:50 p||Lost Hiker Brewing Company||15 mins||6.00||0|
|9:15 p||Isleta Resort||0||Not Set||0||0.00||0|
|6:05 p||Lost Hiker Brewing Company||30 mins||6:35 p||Michael J's Italian-American Restaurant||15 mins||7.00||0|
|4:15 p||Private Collection Tour||30 mins||4:45 p||Inn at Lorretto Resort & Spa||25 mins||6.00||0|
|5:20 p||Holiday Inn Express||60 mins||6:20 p||Famous Owl Bar||20 mins||11.50||0|
|6:40 p||Famous Owl Bar||90 mins||8:10 p||Frank T. Etscorn Observatory||25 mins||15.00||0|
|5:10 p||Inn at Lorretto Resort & Spa||40 mins||5:50 p||Walking Tour: Santa Fe Plaza||0||0.00||0|
|6:45 p||Michael J's Italian-American Restaurant||60 mins||7:45 p||2 Ruidoso Redheads||15 mins||1.00||0|
|5:50 p||Walking Tour: Santa Fe Plaza||25 mins||6:15 p||Fossils, Meteorites, & More||0||0.00||0|
|8:00 p||2 Ruidoso Redheads||45 mins||8:45 p||Not Set||0||0.00||0|
|8:35 p||Frank T. Etscorn Observatory||60 mins||9:35 p||Holiday Inn Express||10 mins||2.00||0|
|6:15 p||Fossils, Meteorites, & More||30 mins||6:45 p||Sun County Trader||0||0.00||0|
|9:45 p||Holiday Inn Express||0||Not Set||0||0.00||0|
|6:50 p||Sun County Trader||30 mins||7:20 p||Ten Thousand Waves||15 mins||5.00||0|
|7:35 p||Ten Thousand Waves||30 mins||8:05 p||The Bull Ring||15 mins||5.00||0|
|8:20 p||The Bull Ring||60 mins||9:20 p||Inn at Lorretto Resort & Spa||5 mins||1.00||0|
|9:30 p||Inn at Lorretto Resort & Spa||0||Not Set||0||0.00||0|
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