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... amazing! Really, Really a fun experience with everyone pointing cameras in the air and lots of , "LOOK!" WOW", OHHHH!. "SEE THAT ONE!
The next morning the winds were a bit different and all the balloons flew right over our RV lot. We didn't even have to go down to the field. A couple events were canceled because the winds were too strong but they try again on other nights. We also saw a really nice fire works display.
Was a Super Good ...
... By the time I was outside to take a picture, there were ten in sight. It was not the ABQ Hot Air Balloon Festival, but it was neat to see.
Before leaving the city, we drove to the nearby Petroglyph National Monument. The black basalt boulders from volcanic eruptions here were used by the early ancestors 2000 to 3000 years ago. Jim and Clare climbed the rock, often narrow cliffs in Boca Negra Canyon in search ...
First day of the trip we are at Albuquerque Sunport. Our first meal we ate was two Quiznos Subs each $5.95 USD ($11.90). We took a plane from Albuquerque Sunport (ABQ) at 10:55 AM where we arrived at Dallas International Airport (DFW) at 1:35 PM. We had a 55 minute layover in Dallas. We left from Dallas at 2:30PM and arrived at Jacksonville airport (JAX) at ...
... would have been even better to have been able to spend even more time there but aside from eat there there wasn't much else to do at that time of the evening.
En route back to the hotel we stopped again at The Old Town Plaza to see it at night. It was really beautiful. I had a minor accident on the way out of the car park. I put the car into drive instead of reverse (I thought I could just drive out of the space) ...
... day, it was around 100 (37 celcius) degrees, and so seeing the crater in the heat made it much more difficult to get to the top of the rim. We did not venture down into the crater, but there is the option of getting a mule ride down to the bottom. Meteor Crater is nearly one mile across, 2.4 miles in circumference and more than 550 feet deep.
Our final stop was to visit the Petrified Forest National Park. ...