I wonder if this statue was a real person how big this fish would have become each time the story was told.
Located at Tingley Beach.
Today’s sky. I love clouds!
Fastino’s actual building on 4th Street is quite small. There are a few tables outside where you can sit and have a bite but the main purpose of this place is to get a drive through pizza.
A drive through bistro …. a bit confusing as I believe a Bistro to be a a small, modest, European-style restaurant or café.
I have never tried their food so I cannot comment on it’s quality or deliciousness but Saggio’s WAS good back in the day.
They had two flavors: Regular and Chile. We tried the regular and it was quite good. Next time it will be the Chile flavor.
The clouds here in Albuquerque never disappoint. It was beautifully stormy yesterday at the Farmer’s Market.
This is a looking to the east. Yesterday’s sky was to the north.
Coming in for a landing at the Rio Grande Nature Center.
I think this my be one of my favorite sculptures around Albuquerque. Again, there is no mention, that I can find, of who the artist is.
I didn’t see a plaque explain the statue or naming the artist.
There’s not much out there in the way of information about this typical Route 66 Motel, El Don. This sign, however, is iconic.