January 17, 2009
There is no doubt that curiosity seekers, through the use of Google Earth satellite imagery, have meticulously looked (and will continue to look) for anything that may appear to be an anomalous spot on the entire Archuleta Mesa, adjacent to Dulce, New Mexico.
But so far, nothing of any significance seems to have surfaced. Anything that may initially have appeared to be somewhat "strange" has been prosaically explained.
Here is another spot that came to my attention recently. You can zoom in and see what I mean. This spot is located on the Colorado side of the Archuleta Mesa, a couple of miles NW of a tiny community of Edith, Colorado:
Some may see an opening or a shaft partially covered with logs.
Some may contend that it is nothing more than a small dirt mound where logs are laid on top.
Others may see a pond over which logs are scattered.
Others may contend that it is simply a vestige of a camp area.
Prosaic explanations will probably lay to rest this spot.
Speaking of Dulce, here is a reminder to everyone that you are all welcome to come to Dulce on Sunday, March 29 to attend the first-time ever Open Public Forum: "The Dulce Base: Fact or Fiction?", which will be held at the Best Western Jicarilla Inn. It willl start from 10 a.m. and will last till 3 p.m.
There will be some surprise guest speakers as well as many surprise guests in attendance.
A large portion of the "conference" will be an open forum during which the public is invited to express their thoughts and will be given a chance to speak out. The cost of admission to this one-day "conference" is $5 at the door:
Underground Base conference in Dulce, New Mexico
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