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... weren't for these highly trained professionals. After looking around the tower, we went to see the different aircraft that operate out of Kirkland.
We got to look at and sit in a C130, a Black Hawk, an Osprey and a Huey. It was amazing to see these aircraft up close and talk to the crews who flew them. I also found out they have a big respect for the RAF pilots that fly the same or similar aircraft to them, and also think the RAF pilots are ...
... travelling the route in their classic car or motorcycle groups, which there was plenty of both. We saw some pretty amazing restored cars and older couples on their Harley Davidson motorcycles in groups touring the country. The countryside through West New Mexico and Arizona is incredible. The road cuts through red limestone mountains that appear out of no where. Very happy we got to see what was left of the route before it's completely ...
... to him, so he spoke up and they ended up putting him on an American flight which was much earlier.
My mother and I took the hotel shuttle van to the airport a few hours after him. We had signed up for a time slot the day before (it goes every half hour). It came promptly and only took about 5 min to get to the airport. Upon arrival at the airport there was no line to check in at JetBlue and the security line wasn’t too bad either, so we were in plenty of time for our flight.
Boarded our bus for an hour and a half ride to Acoma. On the way we found that the city of Albq is surrounded on two sides by Indian reservations and one side is a National Forest, so the city can only expand on one side. Water is a scarce commodity and we found that 85% of available water is used for agriculture. While on Interstate 40, we passed the To'hajilee exit. Once again for Breaking Bad fans, this is where many of the ...
First stop was the Petroglyph National Monument, which is actually inside of Albq. NM. We did a 2.2 mile trail to see the rock pictures left by native americans 300-400 years ago. Very interesting...although the pictures are not easy to see and people have been adding to them, so it is not always easy to see the original glyphs from the originals.
Interesting side note is that after visiting, Carolyn and I now ...