Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque North I-25
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... cold as he had on only a lightweight rain jacket for warmth. Ben put on a fleece sweater and I added a light-weight jacket for extra warmth and off we rode. About an hour later, we decided to get lunch at Cline's Corner at the intersection of H-285 and I-40. It was a welcome break for us. We each had the hot turkey plate to help warm us up. This store is amazing. There is at least one of every kind of novelty item common in ...
... Sands Missile Range area. The lava flow covers an area of around 40 miles long by 4 miles wide and in geological terms is fairly young at around 5,000 years old. We arrived at about 11.30am to find the Visitor Centre closed with a 'Gone to lunch, back at 1.00pm' sign hanging on the door! We could still walk through the lava field and left our entrance fee in an honesty envelope as all good tourists should do. The display boards recommended to allow ...
... I rooted myself to a spot where I felt safe, coincidentally the ONLY place where people are allowed to smoke. I was so nervy about being so high up I really fancied a cig. The only issue was that I had no lighter and it would seem there weren't any other smokers on the top of this mountain. Mark went off to take some pics of the view and I just waited until I could join the queue to get back down!!
Our queue buddies joined us. It felt about 15 ...
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July 5, Saturday
Great to reconnect with friends and fellow rv'ers Wayne and Drena Welty. They came down to their Albuquerque home from the cool shadows of their Taos cabin so we could visit a bit. We picked them up at their house in early evening to drive up to the base of the Sandia Tram to have a Mexican food dinner. ...
Day 328 - Today we took Lars and Trent to see Petroglyph National Monument which is just down the road from where we are staying. They are now 10 and 7 and are used to going with their parents on camping trips, so they are at an age to enjoy for what we have planned for them. Today they will earn the first of 4 Jr. Ranger badges and patches for completing the booklet that they are given when they arrive. It's a wonderful way ...