Crowne Plaza Albuquerque
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... and a bit exciting at the end. We got as high as three thousand feet and had beautiful weather for it all. Unfortunately, the winds were so light and variable that our Pilot, Captain James had problems maneuvering the balloon where he wanted to get it to go. We did see lots of beautiful sights however and at one time, landed in a beautiful green field in front of an eight million dollar home. No one came to do any chewing on us and the neighbors ...
... owing to their mineral content. The girls took this unique opportunity to complete another Junior Ranger program and earn their badges by learning about the geology of the region. They (and we) were also fascinated to examine more petroglyphs (see pic below), including one that had all of us convinced that giant, man-eating birds were among the perils of quotidian pre-historic life. While this may actually be more Flintstones than faithful, it made us happy.
... plus because today is Annual Museum Day, we got into the place for free. What's so unusual about this museum is they have the world’s largest collection of bronze skeletons and fossils. The nearby community college has its own foundry and the staff and students support the museum by creating these bronze casts. They also have lots of fossilized footprints and stuff. Just a very nice museum.
Up and gone by 8:45 AM led us northeast toward Alamogordo, NM. On the way we went to see the White Sands National Monument. The sands are actually gypsum and is very impressive and bright. The sand is so soft to walk on. We left White Sands at around 1:30 PM and headed northward to Albuquerque, NM. We arrived at 5:15 PM after a few stops along the way. A very short walk ...