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Memories of New Mexico~Part 12

SUNDAY MEMORIES

Judy Wills

 

One of my fondest memories is of the old KiMo Theater (we pronounced it kee’-mo) in downtown Albuquerque. According to Google Search, it was built in 1927, and opened on September 19 of that year. 615 more words

Judy Wills-Sunday Memories

Memories of New Mexico~Part 11

SUNDAY MEMORIES

Judy Wills

 

 

 More Random memories of New Mexico…

As I’ve mentioned before, I grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico from the time I was nearly four years old, until Fred and I married, and we moved to Fort Worth, Texas. 461 more words

Judy Wills-Sunday Memories

Memories of New Mexico~Part 10

SUNDAY MEMORIES

Judy Wills

 

 More random memories….

I remember going to what is called “Old Town” in downtown Albuquerque. It will always hold a special place in my heart. 747 more words

Judy Wills-Sunday Memories

"On the road again..." Pt. V and Final - Albuquerque 'una vez más'

I’ve been to ABQ a few times before but I had no idea there was so much to do.  Here are samples.

Hiking on Sandia Peak: Catch the tram very early to avoid the crowds.   225 more words

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"On the road again..." Pt. IV Albuquerque and Balloon Fiesta

October 2016.

The Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta is held each year in early October.  It is a sight to behold, at least once, but you must not be crowd averse.   59 more words

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The Book You Need to Have

When the manuscript of Language of Crossing first crossed my desk, I immediately knew it was an important work which profoundly reflected upon some of the most disturbing issues concerning immigration in America. 829 more words

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Petroglyph National Monument

Before leaving Albuquerque we made a short visit to Petroglyph National Monument, a place we had visited previously in May 2008. This time I had a better camera and good light, even though it was very windy.

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