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Titera’s Tidbit: Raton Pass
Like Boca Raton, Florida, the Spanish name for this mountain pass on the Colorado-New Mexico line comes from the generic word meaning “mouse” or “rodent”. As with the Florida site, the term is metaphorical, applied to the sharp rocks lining the canyon walls that can saw through a rope or a cinch in a single cut, making the place particulary dangerous for travelers.
Video of the Day: Vincent Dooly—Inventor (Rated: PG)