Fairfield Inn Albuquerque University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... decided that we would do pattern work (circuits) as the weather report wasn't looking good. Apparently, we picked the one day of the year that was a bad flying day. After a flight around the AB (which the pilot let me control) we touched down and then had another burrito (a lot more to come). We then went back to our host families. Altogether a great day and more flying tomorrow! ...
... buffalo, Indian statues, and tee pees. We found dead rattlesnakes made into key chains, walking sticks, belts, paper weights, and wall hangings. I found a Blue Raspberry SCORPION sucker which I promptly bought. Gracie flattened out another souvenir penny for her penny keepsake book and then we were back on the road!
TEXAS! Another hour and we had passed the border from Okie to the BIG state of T ...
... first, I take the dog for a well deserved walk on a trail along the Rio Grande, which he gratefully splashes around in until night falls and it's too dark for me to see where I'm going (let alone see Oscar, who vanishes into the shadows at night).
Driving to Nob Hill later on for a take away pizza, I instantly recognise the Crossroads Motel as the "Crystal Palace" from Breaking Bad. ...
... the highway - purported to be one of many abandoned such bridges.
One exit further down I40 we saw the abandoned Twin Arrows tourist complex. The former cafe, trading post and fuel station are abandoned but the pair of enormous twin arrows are still there.
Thankfully we by-passed Two Guns where the only thing remaining from this former made-to-order tourist trap was a silo with a faded picture of a cowboy with two guns drawn.
It was then on to Winslow ...
... farmer has buried ten old Cadillac’s nose down, in his field, in a row. Visitors can bring cans of spray paint and graffiti them, leaving them multicolored and avant garde artwork to admire. It’s where we heard our first “where y’all from?” asked by a wedding party member who were gathering for pictures in front of the Caddies. Yes, we are in Texas or as a smoke stack proclaims “Bushland” and it will be Amarillo by ...