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... the foot of the Sandia Mountains to take a ride in the 2.7 mile long cable car or tramway to the top of the mountain. On the way the temperature in the car rose briefly to 104F before dropping to a more sensible 94F at the foot of the tramway. It was a thrilling ride to the top of the mountain where the views are magnificent. It is possible to see 11,000 square miles of magnificent New Mexico landscape including in the distance to the west the extinct volcano of Mount ...
... you also have to try to coat the sides between the boards. Both Jim and John were very complimentary about the result. Now, Diane won't have to worry about the deck for the next couple of years. Using primer I also painted the raw wooden boards in the bathroom. Finally, I cleared up the driveway bordering on the neighbors property. I usually don't do much ...
... should be more careful in the future and not eat big portions, but I survived the ordeal.
The next day, Tuesday, my cracked front windowshield was replaced. Meanwhile Diane and I went to see the movie 'Jobs' about Steve Jobs (1955-2011), the founder of Apple Computer. Both of us liked it and can heartily recommend it to anyone interested in focused, passionate, hard-driven personae who left this earth a very different place. Jobs had ...
Ok, more observations...... I am floored by people's sense of entitlement when it comes to "carry on"...,,and it's always the people who think every single item in those multiple bags are absolutely vital to their travel.....hence the lady with the roll aboard, back pack, pocketbook, cloth grocery bag, pillow, jacket, and bag ...
Drove up to Santa Fe to see the north part of the Turquoise Trail and to have lunch at Harry's Roadhouse Café--delicious! The back patio is beautiful!
The vivid, yellow/gold Cottonwood trees really stand out in this brown landscape.