Some pictures require no explanations. This set is one of them, evidenced by Luna's look in the last picture. Yep, she's met her match.
I post enough sunset pictures to bore anyone, but the sunrise this morning was spectacular. It wasn't about bright colors. It was more subtle - a unique cloud that I've never seen, peeking out over the Manzanos. A serene way to start the morning.
Last Thursday, I was fortunate enough to head for Sandia Peak, on the Tramway, with Lydia, Monika and Gerda. The Sandia Peak Tramway is an aerial tramway located adjacent to Albuquerque. It stretches from the northeast edge of the city to the crestline of the Sandia Mountains and has the world's third longest single span. It is the longest aerial tram in the United States. It took about fifteen minutes to get to the top, which is over 10,000 feet. There are two trams and they balance each other, so one is always on top while the other is at the bottom and they meet in the middle.
The ride up and down were absolutely beautiful. We even saw a few pieces of wreckage from the TWA flight that crashed into the canyon decades ago.
The new Restaurant 10-3, was wonderful. I enjoyed the best cuban sandwich ever and the general consensus was that the food was outstanding.
It was another day of learning more about this enchanted land we've joined. Unfortunately, the pictures don't do it justice. My camera battery was dead and I took these with my phone.
In May, 2019, we fell in love with Albuquerque and the Land of Enchantment. We moved into the house of our dreams and will share our misadventures with home ownership!