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... near Annapolis for the Summer
(5) Summer 2014 - Spent a short "Van Season" mostly in Northern New Mexico, Southwestern CO (Durango, Pagosa Springs, Telluride, Uray) and Sothern CA to visit Family and Friends.
Now we are back in Albuquerque, getting ready to return to Maryland to pick up Wabi Sabi and sail back to the Bahamas for the winter.
We are already planning our Van Season for next year... Nomads to the core!
On our first full day of our vacation we started out our day in Albuquerque by going up the beautiful and massive Sandia Mountains via tram on a sun-filled late morning. The Sandia Tram is the longest tram in the U.S. and the trip took 15 minutes. Along the we way we heard a narrative by the tram guide which included some jokes about Dallas Cowboys fans being free to jump off (he was joking, I hope because I had my Cowboys cap ...
... our street. We discovered the different neighbourhoods and found that ALB has been used as the backdrop to so many films and series due to beneficial tax laws. Of course, Hubs was keen to see all the Breaking Bad venues and streets used but it has also been used to represent LA, New York, Munich and a whole host of American cities. The tour was outstanding, I even won a prize...how many Native American Pueblos are there in New ...
We head back west towards the motorhome. I shoot one place with my film gear and realize that I may not have fast enough film for what I want to do shooting neon. So I fall back to my digital and shoot a few neon pics for the travel blog. We shoot our way back west towards the motor home and finally arrive.
It's been a hectic day. I'm tired and worn out. ...
Wow, what a day. I had been to Texas a few times so I knew what to expect in terms of landscape, but New Mexico is all new to me and to Lynn. It is hard to describe if you have never seen it. I have attached a few pictures, but I don't think you truly visualize the distance and perspective. Again, each time you go over a hill the terrain and landscape can change. You're looking at ...