InTown Suites Albuquerque
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... states 'no graffiti this side of the line' so we missed our chance to leave our mark in history there. for being a good boy for a change, As we carried along the road, to do another about turn, the RV Cadillac store. A pee stop was a necessity for Andy before we set off into the Wild West and the sun had come out in full force, warming us nicely now. Bushland - home of the Falcons, and on pass the cattle ranch, we nicknamed shitpit alley due to the cowpat stench we smelt ...
On our first full day of our vacation we started out our day in Albuquerque by going up the Sandia Mountains via tram. The Sandia Tram is the longest tram in the U.S. and the trip took 15 minutes. Along the we way we heard a narrative by the tram guide which included some jokes about Dallas Cowboys fans being free to jump off (he was joking, I hope).
None-the-less, the ride up was a pleasant one and up top we were able to get ...
... there, we drove around the town and took photos of the painted murals. It was some amazing work. Driving across to Albuquerque we stopped at several places along the way, nothing that exciting, but it helps break up the drive. We stayed at Kirtland AFB. The wind was blowing terribly so we sat in the front of the truck for hours and talked about the cold and wind, and had a supper of salami and cheese. It was one of the most enjoyable evenings we have ...
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... and it's very satifying to see the result of your efforts.
Tomorrow Diane and I are going to a concert with the New Mexico Philharmonic Orchestra where a Ukrainian artist, Olga Kern, will play the piano. Diane is a lead volunteer with the 'philharmonic', and we both look forward to the concert. On Sunday I will finally leave ABQ and head for Santa Fe.