Santa Fe and Albuquerque
Albuquerque is one of the most desirable places to live by many. Who doesn’t want to live there? Weather is perfect year round, cost of living is affordable, people do not look so frazzled, best Mexican food ever, hiking and the International Balloon fiesta is held there every October. There are many other reasons. I lived there for 17 years but then I ...
Kayak Paddling Meetup: Viewing The Famous Albuqueque Balloon liftoff at sunrise from the river!
We joined with the Kayak meetup group to float the Rio Grande river through Albuquerque and watch the last day of the balloon festival.
We had to get up at 3:45 am in order to be at the put in. As we left the condo while it was still dark, we heard coyotes yipping nearby!
We got to the put in before daylight, and it was kind of spooky there in th...
Stop # 23 Albuquerque, NM
Stop # 23
We really like this park. We were here several years ago. As you can see by the pictures, a nicely laid out campground.
Well, we got a chance to see our friends, Windell and Shirleen while there. I have known them since I was in high school. I know you are thinking that must have just been a couple of years ago.
Albuquerque to Tucumcari, NM
Spent some time in “Old Town” Albuquerque. It’s a restored section of town that’s filled with lots of shops and artist. We found a shop with embroidered tee shirts, so bought matching shirts with cocopeli on them. We both really liked the stories we heard about this Native American “figure” known as the “fertility god” but also as an “imp” or “fun-lo...