The road to Los Alamos.
I would like to post a tribute to Theodore A (Ted) Dunn, the man that save the Zamboni at the Los Alamos Ice Rink from the fire in 1973. On Thursday, Nov. 29th, Ted passed away at age 92. I know a lot of you will remember him from the Ice Rink and Hockey! He was a great guy and will be missed! Rest in Peace Mr. Zamboni Man, love you…
Kristen Schlesser Henneke and Jennifer Bosler
The Los Alamos memo of March 1, 1991 acknowledges that “[t]here has been and continues to be a concern regarding the impact of DU on the environment.” It raises a concern that DU weapons could become “politically unacceptable” and advocates “proponency” when “after action reports are written.”
Today, among the things I am thankful for: family and sunrises in New Mexico.
July 6, 2011
We came home to Los Alamos, with mountainsides still burning in the distance. At night, the ridgetops were aglow, and smoke still inundated our homes. The skies did not turn blue before we left, despite a lack of clouds; they were grey or yellowish grey all day.