Fairfield Inn & Suites Albuquerque Airport
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The formal part of the roadtrip is over - this is the beginning of the run for home :
Day 1 - Albuquerque to Salt Lake City, Utah (or sightly south so I do not get munged in traffic)
Day 2 - Salt Lake City to Baker City, Oregon
... O'Keefe museum of art. The nice lady let us all in free due to the fact that I'm a Veteran. I showed her no proof, but she asked me a few questions and it saved us forty-eight dollars. Another "benny", I reckon.
Our lunch was at a cool newer restaurant, called Zia. The food was very good and the service even better. Our waiter was a fellow from Uruguay and did a nice job for us.
We caught ...
... propane, but I’m not certified to fill tanks.” Are you kidding me!!! There was not a spiritual thought in my head at this point. I’m thinking, “Slap, punch or kick?” This guy is getting one of them!
After deciding you can’t fix “stupid”, we go back to the 5th wheel and head out to Benson for the night. We’ll try this again tomorrow.
Please, God, let tomorrow be a better day. ...
... a house! To give you a bit of perspective on the massive size of this crater - if you put 20 football fields in the center and around the rim had 2 million people viewing the games, that's how large this hole in the ground really is. It's hard to fathom when you are looking at it, and the photos just don't show the depth and width of this amazing place.
... They can fly as close to the ground as they wish, as long as they don’t touch a blade of grass.The balloons can’t steer – they can only go up and down, so it takes a skilled balloonist to come close to the target. I was taking movies of the competition when my SD card ran out of memory. Hopefully I'll get them tomorrow.
At our campground social this evening we heard some local humor. A fellow RVer who ...