Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel
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... frequently by the honking of the geese as they flew over us on their way to ?? who knows where, but obviously MANY were invited and going to the party!
Later we returned to Old Town and spent some time strolling the streets. Unlike the other day when we were there, this one was warm and sunny and the streets were pretty empty since Balloon Fiesta is over. Not finding much open we headed to downtown Albuquerque to a restaurant I had found ...
... I pulled in at a Travelodge near a Denny's and figured that would be good enough.
The people at the hotel were very nice but it was a somewhat seedy area. As I was unpacking my car a very drunk man approached me asking for money, and a shirtless guy was wandering the parking lot yelling at someone on his cell phone. I tried to find a spot to see the Supermoon but it was too cloudy anyway. I went to Denny's to eat something (it was almost 10 PM at this point and I hadn't eaten ...
Wind picked up over night again and temps dropped from 86 to 48 overnight. Brrr. So glad for our furnace! JD called DRV about the slide topper and they ok'd getting it fixed in Vegas. JD checked out the rig and we headed off to find Albuquerque, NM. Glad to leave Amarillo area...crazy weather! Stopped at the NM visitor center. Finally starting ...
... we are learning to wait to be excited until after we see a site. Every place we go is a new adventure and for that we can get excited. The trails were relatively easy and so I was able to have a nice walk. George went to the top of the volcanoes, but these volcanoes didn't have craters and certainly there was no lava. (ok, seriously I knew there would be no ...
... called the Petrified forest. Don't imagine an actual forest. This is all desert but millions of years ago it was a flood plain with lots of rivers and streams. When a volcano erupted, the ash and silt petrified the wood from the trees so they are still preserved like that today. It's 28 miles long and you have to drive through it, but we stopped to just take in the atmosphere and amazing views of miles and miles of different coloured rocks and sand. In ...