I actually posted part one of this about a week ago. Here is part two … the actual charging station. I really should have investigated more because now I am curious how much if anything this costs.
Found this outside the Doubletree Hotel in Downtown Albuquerque. I had never seen one in Albuquerque before and I have no idea how long it’s been there but I think it’s a really good idea.
This plane was probably heading for Kirtland Air Force Base but that is just speculation on my part. Where ever it was going it was a cool plane.
We started out 5 or 6 cars back in line as Costco’s Gas station was crazy busy. The price was $2.49 and definitely worth waiting for. Besides if we tried to go anywhere else we would have run outa gas and it was way to hot to P – U – S – H!!
According to their website (http://ghostbikes.org): Ghost Bikes are small and somber memorials for bicyclists who are killed or hit on the street. A bicycle is painted all white and locked to a street sign near the crash site, accompanied by a small plaque.
I didn’t see a plaque with this one and it is not on the map on the Ghost Bike website map. However there is a name: Scott Dwane Lane and a date: 1956 – 2012 marked on the bicycle itself.
Not a site you usually see on a Downtown Albuquerque street. There was a National Association of the Buffalo Soldiers & Troops Motorcycle Club convention going on. More specifically it was the Central Maryland Chapter according to their website.
It was really quiet downtown where I came across this news van just sitting. Right after I took this photo the guy in the front seat got out and start to cordon off an area. I guess they were getting ready to film a piece for the news.
A family having fun on the Pedal Boats at Tingley Beach. Everyone who rides these boats seems to be having a really good time.
Really, could they be any cuter? Spotted at Tingley Beach; They sat there very patiently as their people fished. There is no way that my dogs would have ever been that well behaved.
The Rail Runner, which is train transportation from Santa Fe, which is north of Albuquerque to Belen which is south of Albuquerque. There is a shot of Sandia Mountain at the end of the video.