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Is the town of Continental Divide, New Mexico located on the actual continental divide? Yes. In Grants the Continental Divide Trail crosses a river. On the map you link to it can be seen about 8 km SE of the Grants label. The trail follows Route 66 at this point, and that is the road in this image (courtesy Google Maps): The river, such as it ...


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The best answer to this question would be, it's close enough. The things is, the Continental Divide is not a geographic line*, it's a hydrological concept that separates the various eastern and western watersheds. A better way to express this might be that Continental Divide, New Mexico and the Continental Divide Trail are within Continental Divide zone/...


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According to Google (sidebar): Hours: Saturday Closed Sunday Closed Monday 8am–4pm Tuesday 8am–4pm Wednesday 8am–4pm Thursday 8am–4pm Friday 8am–4pm But you might want to email: Mailroom_R3_Gila@fs.fed.us as at least for The Little Walnut-Gomez Peak picnic grounds hours vary according to weather conditions in winter and ...


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For small memorial plaques and the like, you can consult the American Memorials Directory and the Historical Marker Database, which turn up a handful of memorials. The only one that makes the list of the "Doughboy Center's" list of AEF memorials is the World War I memorial outside the Mohave County Court House in Kingman, Arizona. It has one of only seven ...


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You will probably be hard pressed to find World War I memorials or other related sites in the West. You can probably start with the list of World War I memorials of which there are few in the United States and World War I museums which there are still fewer. As far as factories are concerned I would think that most of those would be on the East Coast but ...


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There is no single easy way to do this. You will have to construct routes yourself, although websites like Google Maps are certainly going to be useful. (You can use Street View to glean speed limits and pavement condition, for example, although not all areas are updated very often. Some highways in nearby parts of Montana to me haven't been updated in ...


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There are many resources you can look at. You can probably start with official tourist guides for the states such as Arizona Guide or Utah.com, but if not you can probably Google IT or use Rodeoz, which has some of the many rodeos listed state by state.


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