Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel
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... on far into the distance to provide some of the most spectacular views I have come across. I felt as though I had being transported onto Mars for the land was created over a period of 5 million years whence the dry terrain was eroded by wind and water. It created a range of volcanic like hills coloured in all shades of brown. As Anna and I were young and the Korean lady was far too busy posing, we decided to leave the group and climb a nearby hill which revealed The Badlands ...
... the country (with my sister :D) and experiencing all the amazing sites each area has to offer and therefore I have not been able to blog until now. We are in Las Vegas at Nellis AFB for 10 days and are taking a few days off before we start exploring this area so hopefully I will catch-up on blogging about each area we visited since
leaving Albuquerque on October 12.
Our next stop, Navajo Nation’s Canyon De Chelly (Shay).
Happy to be back on the road!
... weren't for these highly trained professionals. After looking around the tower, we went to see the different aircraft that operate out of Kirkland.
We got to look at and sit in a C130, a Black Hawk, an Osprey and a Huey. It was amazing to see these aircraft up close and talk to the crews who flew them. I also found out they have a big respect for the RAF pilots that fly the same or similar aircraft to them, and also think the RAF pilots are ...
... picture (this one had bits to twiddle at the ends) was actually shaved off :( but he was still really cool with a high up bed on stilts, comic books and a retro game boy. He also had a service dog called Julian who was a cross between a pit bull and American bull dog and was just the sweetest dog ever! Such a sedated temperament and helped Kevin with his PTSD after an experience in Iraq. He was so well trained and could speak on demand, paw, sit, roll over and even ...
... RVs to put on more clothes. After a few minutes, the once hot pizza felt like it came out of the refrigerator.
After dinner, Al Lowenstein, pilot of the Sunset Rise balloon, demonstrated how the pilots ready and fly the balloons and the safety procedures. He had the gondola portion with the burners and showed us how they fire them up and keep the balloon air heated. He also gave us the scoop ...