Downtown Historic Bed & Breakfasts of Albuquerque
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... got them off the ground and standing, the wind pushed them around until they had to give up and let them fall back to the cold ground.
This continued for a while, with random balloons getting inflated, causing the anxious crowd to cheer loudly, only to fall down minutes later. No balloons would fly today. Try as we might, we cannot control the whims of Mother Nature.
And so the farewell mass ascension did not happen.
We spent the day in Santa ...
... people have gardens that are low maintenance and these seem a way to add additional interest.
We moved back towards town and stumbled across an Ansel Adams exhibition at one of the galleries. We’d come across his work from our time in Yosemite as he has taken some truly iconic black-and-white images of National Parks across America, so we knew this was something we would like to see. The exhibition featured a couple of his ...
It is my (Dolly) turn to write on this here blog. When finding a place to stay for the night, to me it is all about the bathrooms. Jan saying the last place we stayed at the AOK campground in Tucumcari, was beyond it's prime, is quite the understatement. The bathroom was room #4. (They also have apartments there). Seeing the bright pink door was scary. The bathroom was just 1 toilet, sink and shower. Plywood was covering the window. It always took ...
... Library on the way. They have a Tony Hillerman section in the library, the Native American writer who did many many mysteries.
Then later Faith and Diedra gave us tickets to see --- up CLOSE --- Toshi Regan and Annie DiFranco. Wonderful show!!! So unexpected. We felt very pampered.
... The Sandia Peak Tramway starts in the desert realm of Cholla cactus and soars to the pines atop 10,678 Sandia Peak. It is the biggest Tramway in the world and takes fifteen minutes to get to the top. On Friday 11th we went to the evening event called Special Shape Glowdeo. This is when all the unusual shaped balloons fill up with hot air on the field and turn the burners on in the dark, but do not take off. I was shocked to see that the public can ...