Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North
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... then heats the air pumped in by the fan. Makes sense, in that there has to be air in the bag to heat up - I would guess they are 2/3rds inflated by the giant fan when they flash up the burner, so presumably the fan-forced cold air expands somewhat when the heat from the burner hits it.
And the heat from those burners is intense. They literally roar when lit, and blue-hot flame shoots about 10 feet in the air. It is impresssive. It is also ...
... spectacular scenery as we struggled through the speedy greens and blind fairways. What about the island green you ask…well in the interest of full disclosure, John was the only one of the foursome to find the water.
After the game Jack took us to downtown Santa Fe to enjoy a steak dinner at the Bull Ring. This is a restaurant where the political movers and shakers of New Mexican state politics hang out. So you can see how we would ...
... hour layover time in the New York JFK Airport, a nice lady gave us a sandwich to share. We ate the free food on the overnight ...
... on one of the cars which made it super special for him. From there we drove onto Albuquerque. The views on the way were breathtaking. It is one of those things you have to see for yourself to appreciate. Not long after we crossed into New Mexico we stopped at Russel's Truck Stop. They have a free museum there filled with older cars and all sorts ...
We had a simple day planned (: Take the 2.7 mile tram to Sandia Peak and hike around the peak for a few hours and then take the tram back. Sounds easy, right? Mother Nature did not intend to allow us such trivial pleasures. About 20 minutes into our walk, in the bright sun of the day, rain began to fall. Hey, this is great, it's a warm day but not too warm as we are around 10,500 feet above sea level on top of Sandia ...