I have written about a hypothesis that the Portal Rodeo area exists in a bubble moving at close to the speed of light and as a result time has slowed, see here and here for some background. And I'm not the only one who has noticed this strange phenomena of slow time in the area, see the comments to this post. Originally devised as a way to explain why it takes so long to get anything done down here, I continually look for evidence of a time differential that support the notion of the bubble. Photographic evidence of the bubble has taken the form of steam trains traversing the area and duplicate images spaced 70 years apart showing little change in the landscape. But a recent event provides another piece of evidence for the existence of the bubble. A World Was II convoy recently made an appearance in Rodeo NM. Described in article written by a local photographer in the December issue of Desert Exposure (page 42), the event caused quite a stir locally. The convoy stopped in Rodeo along Highway 80 (an original east/west transcontinental driving route) for lunch at the Rodeo Tavern and was greeted by local residents decked out in period attire (or it could be just normal work attire and another indication of the bubble). In either case, from my perspective, it is just one more piece of evidence that time has slowed in this little corner of the bootheel of New Mexico and things do happen down here, eventually.