Western Skies Inn and Suites Los Lunas
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... light fade and a quick good night to the piggies before heading back to devour organic goodies and more wine. I see exactly why I could live here!! The fireplace in the room was ready to go and we were tucked up in bed by 8pm. Watching the fire and devouring more wine was the best way to end the day. I woke up with no bags and feeling fully refreshed, so bath in the giant bath before heading out to watch the sunrise with Steve. New Mexico you have a new ...
... to haul? Tractor and trailer both weigh a combined 35-40k lbs. The tractor itself weighs about 12k. Some trailors are lighter than others. You can haul as much as the trailer not to exceed 80k lbs gross weight. So sorry I am late posting some of the Q&A everyone! Remember just message me with questions and I will post them as soon as I have the ...
... The altitude started to get to me and we turned around and came back down. The scenery was beautiful - you could see the whole city of Albuquerque. It turned out to be a beautiful day with sun and warm temperatures.
We had lunch at the restaurant "High Finance" at the top and it was delicious. Jens is trying some spicy New Mexican food. We learned that all the food, ice, beer, wine, ...
... heads are precious. You see bike riders all the time here, yep no helmet, idiots!! We are stuck here for the next few days as we have ordered a bike rack for the Motorhome and of course, it had to be ordered in. First it was going to be here Friday, then Monday and could now be Tuesday. Doesn't matter, we are not in a hurry or on a schedule.
Friday 15th. Rode our Suzuki up to the base of Sandia Peak to go on the Skylift.
The Sandia Peak ...
Today was a day of nostalgic moments, warm memories, a little sadness, a bit of disappointment; overall a great day of travel.
We left Gallup, NM around 9:15 am heading east. We seemed to have left the immediate mountains behind us and rolled through miles of flat, green sagebrush covered plains. In the far distance it was evident the mountains would loom once more as long flat plateaus hugged the horizon. As we grew closer we were sided by ...