Scot Key with a hilarious look at New Mexico’s drought tourism future (can drought be funny?):
Look at the Rio Grande, now a continuous strip of dry bed running the length of the state. Tourism, working with other State and Federal agencies, is clearing the burned bosque as fast as it can and establishing a number of “River Memorial Parks”, where vacationers can bring as many all-terrain vehicles as they can fit on a trailer to zip up and down the dry river bed for miles and miles.
Always look on the bright side of life.