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We were able time with some of the strongest matriarchs of my family. This included My mom, my two sisters, my aunt, and my cousin. We spent the day looking at Aunt Becky's old restaurant and daydreaming about the possibilities which the restaurant could be reopened. The view was beautiful...

permalink written by  delete on May 31, 2009 from Albuquerque, United States
from the travel blog: Heads Carolina, Tails California



Aunt Becky, here we come

Up again at the crack of dawn, Matt and I broke down camp collected the family and headed out to Albuquerque. Another long day of travel where we went in and out of rain storms and saw lots of terrain. We were able to veer of the main roads and hit Route 66 for Winslow, Arizona where (as...

permalink written by  delete on May 30, 2009 from Albuquerque, United States
from the travel blog: Heads Carolina, Tails California



Leg Two, Part 2

April 16 2009 2:21am MST Leg Two Part Two ( you might be a redneck ) I awoke this morning to hear my dad in what seemed like a state of absolute panic, Apparently we were going to be in-store for a little rain and if we...

permalink written by  CameronSD on April 16, 2009 from Albuquerque, United States
from the travel blog: Back To BC



University of New Mexico

University of New Mexico

permalink written by  nknight on November 25, 2008 from Albuquerque, United States
from the travel blog: Joshua's Residency Interview Locations



Old Town Albuquerque

So our full day in Albuquerque we decided to visit the old town which we heard was pretty nice. After walking a few Miles we came across the old tow shopping plaza, this consisted of a walgreens, a subway, a religious store, a 99cents store and a baskin robbins! Needless to say we were a little...

permalink written by  Ruck2905 on November 11, 2008 from Albuquerque, United States
from the travel blog: Coast to coast USA baby!!



Albuquerque

We arrived in Albuquerque after yet another 18 hour train ride (although in truth this wasn't half as bad as it sounds, especially since my cold has started to disappear). On arrival here, it was pretty much as expected a (very) small desert town...and pretty quiet, although it is Sunday. Even...

permalink written by  Ruck2905 on November 9, 2008 from Albuquerque, United States
from the travel blog: Coast to coast USA baby!!



Day 34: She Does!

Well, the big day was here at last. What? You didn't know there was a big day? Well, there was, but it was a secret. Two and a half years ago I met this wonderful woman who introduced herself as Sparkle Bottom. I said "I bet you are" I learned quickly that her name was also Justine Smith and...

permalink written by  JRadhirsch on October 4, 2008 from Albuquerque, United States
from the travel blog: The Great American Road Trip



Day 33: Tex Mex

My mother brought bagels from New York and I went out to get lox for them. We ate breakfast around the dining room table all the while making yummy sounds. I had forgotten to get the cream cheese while at the sotre and we learned that fig flavored goat cheese makes an excellent substitute....

permalink written by  JRadhirsch on October 3, 2008 from Albuquerque, United States
from the travel blog: The Great American Road Trip



Burque

I left Tucson Thursday morning and headed to Holbrook, AZ where I spent the night amongst half-dead crickets in a cheap motel. I watched tv and spent some downtime by myself, something I take for granted when I am home. It was only about 5 hours to Holbrook, but I saw some beautiful sights in...

permalink written by  hannahrose on July 21, 2008 from Albuquerque, United States
from the travel blog: Summer Road Journey 2008



Turning left at Albuquerque...

Bugs Bunny was right! We did turn left...off Interstate 40 onto Interstate 25, heading for Santa Fe. If we hadn't, we would have ended up at the South Pole.

permalink written by  walby on April 15, 2008 from Albuquerque, United States
from the travel blog: Scream Down The Boulevard



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