Motel 6 Albuquerque South - Airport
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... and a bit exciting at the end. We got as high as three thousand feet and had beautiful weather for it all. Unfortunately, the winds were so light and variable that our Pilot, Captain James had problems maneuvering the balloon where he wanted to get it to go. We did see lots of beautiful sights however and at one time, landed in a beautiful green field in front of an eight million dollar home. No one came to do any chewing on us and the neighbors ...
... Light Club is the room you see on television when the players are coming out onto the field and fans are trying to high-five them.
After the tour, we had to head back to Love Field for our flight home. We had plenty of time to eat lunch at the airport before the flight.
This was a great long weekend trip. It's been too many years since we have been to a Cowboys game. So glad we made the trip.
... vignette: Ruth and I were driving to Huntington Beach, CA for a day-long beach party with some friends a few weeks ago. As we were passing through the endless sea of track homes Ruth asked me with incredulity in her voice:
"who would want to live in one of these little boxes unless they absolutely had too!"
Apparently, not us and not yet. Two years "on the road" and counting...
what's next? Who cares!?!?
... The pictures really don't do it justice. And my ability to snap a picture with my phone while driving in between two big RV's, well, you get the idea.
After getting settled in the campground (super nice and only $36), Nick and I made a Walmart run to restock. The sign said Walmart Market. It was a Walmart that only had groceries! No clothes, no garden or auto center or toys or electronics. Actually, it ...
Day 321 - We left Phoenix and drove part way to Albuquerque passing through Winslow, Arizona (Journey Song mentions Winslow) and continued on to Hendrick. Along the route you pass over a mountain pass and reach upwards of 6000 feet. The nice part of this stretch of road was that we were in the pine forest! I never thought I would be so happy to see "real" trees! We haven't been among nice trees since we left Oregon back in October. ...