Extended Stay America - Albuquerque - Rio Rancho Blvd.
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... Would Ronald McDonald serve kangaroo burgers? Would you find McNuggets made from wallabies? When serving crocodile is it necessary to salt the dish or only when serving fresh water crocodiles as opposed to their salt water cousins. I guess these culinary conundrums will have to be solved later.
I am facing one fairly serious problem. I have not told the poodles that I am leaving. I know that ...
... change dramatically since the last time I flew. I will be sitting and sitting and sitting. Perhaps I will need to surreptitiously practice my butt squeezes. Fortunately, I drink a lot of water and that will perforce be many trips to the bathroom.
Stay tuned for updates, rants, and jitters to accompany the adventures, excitements, and experiences in a place where the water swirls down the drain backwards and the crocodiles hunt for Grandmas on the ...
... parts of AZ. A lot of Indian arts to see. Oh, there's this hot air balloon ship that sells everything known to man that can be designed a hot air balloon. The balloon fear is a big thing there in October... That is definitely on my bucket list to see. Leaving the second morning was long, hard, and of course desolate. Not much a scenery change from Az. Did get to see the Twin Arrows of Az leaving and entering back into the ...
... with my cousin James.
He has lived in New Mexico for several years, first with VISTA back in the 60s/70s era, or as we refer to it the Pleistocene era. (Yes, young people, we did ride dinosaurs.) And he was kind enough to put us up, and put up with us, for a couple of nights.
Having stayed with James before this trip, he ...
... Cochiti is on the west side of the lake and Tetilla Peak on the east side. Cochiti seems to be more developed and has the boat ramp and a pueblo and beautiful golf course just a mile or two passed the campground. You can see this dam as you are driving up route 22 to the campground and it looks like just a wall of dirt. It is one of the ten largest earth fill dams in the US and World. The lake and dam are surrounded by a ...