Quality Inn & Suites North Albuquerque
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... in my family would have a problem with going up into the wild blue yonder - my biggest fear was I couldn't wake my family up in time to make our scheduled 5:30 am appointment to meet the pilot! But fortunately, we got there in time!
As part of the experience, we watched the crew unload the large balloon from their truck in a park parking lot. I got to assist the preparation of the balloon ...
... br> ***Tinkertown was all I had hoped for and only cost $3.50 each. Tinkertown is described as one of the weirdest museums in New Mexico. Its founder, Ross J Ward, started handcarving and modeling figures and things out of whatever he had around when he was a kid. Everything in Tinkertown was made and put together and collected by Ward. Each diorama seemed more detailed than the last. The ...
Today we got up fairly early, picked up my cousins at their hotel, and drove back out into Arches National Park. This time we turned off the main road before getting to the Fiery Furnace overlook, and parked at the Wolfe Ranch parking area. Today, we were going to hike to Delicate Arch! We've always wanted to do this hike, but for various reasons, we've never done it. So, we were quite excited to do it today.
In the parking lot, we filled ...
... of that water was usually around 85 degrees. We knew it could be quite a hike as we had read that there was some pretty good inclines on the trail. Clare went in the backpack and we were off like a herd of turtles, as Gran likes to say! The way there we were going down a lot and we were beginning to second guess our judgement as to whether or not this was a good hike for the kids. We ...
... dark night.
We got our camp site late and fell asleep. The sun rising over the mountains we had driven over the night before woke me early. It was a welcome relief to get a shower and the air was now dry and cool, all the heat having radiated out of the ground in the night.
Albuquerque was a city of sky and desert, art and culture. Everything had a blue and tan color ...