Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico has some of the most unusual and interesting ancient ruins in the Southwest. The Ceremonial Cave has an underground kiva that has been rebuilt. Visitors may descend through a small opening in the roof to reach a cool interior.
I don't get enough cards from New Mexico it seems, I wouldn't mind visiting when it's cooler since they have some interesting ruins there
Stretching 202 kms (125 miles) in length, the Rideau Canal is the oldest continuously operational system in N. America. It opened in 1832 and still operates as it did 100 years ago. Rideau Canal has been recognized as a National Historic Site of Canada, a Canadian Heritage River and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Canal consists of a beautiful winding scenic waterway connecting Kingston and Ottawa through numerous rivers, lakes, and lock along the way. A trip down the Canal makes for a delightful journey, allowing for some time to take in the scenery and tranquil beauty of this historic region.
Some wonderful views of the capital, I would love to visit one of these days
Some foggy weather coming out of Russia; I always love fog (except for when I'm driving in it!) since we rarely get it. Interesting how you can write a message on the front too, haven't seen anything like it
Another one of those special cards that I got when I lived in Berlin. It doesn't match the cancel but for me so long as it travelled and returned to me, I'm as happy as a clam
The same story as Spruce View, the Postmaster was kind enough to stamp the left side of the card. It was interesting to see that this PO was apart of the village's general store, barber shop, and video rental place. Definitely an all in one store!
Also quite close to Spruce View which made for an easy road trip that day
It's the All Stars from Osamu Tezuka! So happy to see Dr. Black Jack there! (Leaning on the tree) Amongst the other characters there: Astro Boy, the Phoenix, Sharaku, Kimba, Princess Sapphire, and Unico.