Motel 6 Albuquerque South - Airport
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After that we stopped at Subway to get a lunch for a picnic and then headed to another open space park, this one on the west side of town. We ate at a wrought iron table on the cement patio overlooking a large field in front of the river where dozens of Canada geese gathered. To my delight, 4 sandhill cranes flew in and landed at the far edge of the field.
We explored two trails along parts of the Rio ...
... and it was a little weird. There was this road and I walked down it but there was a barbed wire fence between it and the Denny's, and after about 10 minutes I realized I would have to brave the fence or walk farther into the darkness to try to go around. So I ducked under a particularly damaged part of the fence and got into the parking lot.
At that point I saw the moon about to come out from behind a cloud, so I quickly grabbed my camera and changed lenses in the ...
Sonja gave us some ideas of things to see in the Albuquerque area while we are here. It is very helpful to have someone that has lived in an area give feedback on activities and "must see" places. We packed a picnic and headed toward the Albuquerque volcanoes, in Petroglyph National Monument. George was so excited about the possibilities, I imagined flowing lava. ...
... for a walk along one of the trails along the ridge, which is not without its dramas as Glenn pushes the boundaries to get that fantastic photo! And Milton appears to go over the edge. No wildlife to be seen probably lucky as an encounter with a bear may have been more than we were prepared for. we have a beers and cocktails at the High Finance Restaurant and Bar and toast all at home from those s dizzy heights. we don't have the option for a state park today but we ...
... buildings but those were closed) were then bronzed to keep them from rotting. So, although made from a tree, they look pretty much like statues. Some day we'll have to see the ones in the library and other buildings to see if they still look like trees. It was worth stopping and seeing but not quite what we expected. At one of our stops there was a beautiful bird putting on quite a show for us so we ...