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... had placed around the bottom of the 5th wheel for insulation. We made a large pile of the Styrofoam sheets, it is so windy the only real help I can be is to chase Styrofoam sheets. We were happy to learn there is a single dad staying at the campground that could not afford skirting and so he will be blessed by having this.
In the process of removing the Styrofoam, a piece of the already cracked wheel fender breaks off the ...
... was yummy! Mark got braver throughout the meal with his salsa consumption, although I think the strong local Mexican beer made him braver!! It was a good meal!!
After another mooch around the shops, we fancied a brew so stopped at another little outside gem of a cafe. Again we were immediately served nachos and salsa and we ordered a brew each. I went in to pay and the waiter said "all u had was coffee, it's on me!" HOW LOVELY!!
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... a kind’ experience and Pete and I felt privileged to have had the experience of adventure with Tom, the docent. Be sure to click on each of the pictures as I’ve expanded comments about issues/pictures, like how each winner of the Indy 500 is awarded the Pace Car for that year etc.
We arrived in Albuquerque Tuesday afternoon at the American RV Park. It's a pretty park that we think has been redone in the past couple of years. ...
... they're dust or rain. Every now and then the sun cuts through the clouds and lights up the Sandia mountains and they're just gorgeous. We head to the part of the city at the base of the Sandias and wind up in a park with walking trails. The vantage is perfect...with an unobstructed view of the mountains. Consequently, I set up my film gear and burn some film....between wind gusts.
At this point, we're losing the light...and when you're working ...
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We drove from Tucumcari to Albuquerque today, and what a drive. The scenery was desert scrubland at the beginning, then changed to desert forest as we started climbing and climbing. We eventually reached 7139 feet and then started descending into the Albuquerque valley, about 6500 feet. The views from some of the peaks were incredible. As if that wasn't enough ...