"I think the city cannot afford ART if they don't get the federal funds, but I have heard on the street that they are pretty confident they WILL get the funds, thanks to influence from our Senators and Reps in Washington. After that, it will be…"
Archaeologist, cartographer, GISer, cyclist, perennial grad student. Burque-born and raised, but spent time in the Bay Area, Oregon, and Tucson (it IS worse than ABQ) before returning home to live with my sweetie.
Favorite Thing(s) About Albuquerque:
Too many things to list economically, from posole at Barelas Coffee House to pizza at Golden Crown to hiking in the Sandias to the KiMo and El Rey to Nob Hill to the SE Heights to Old Town to the Bosque to...see, I told you.
What I'm Reading:
The Good Fairies of New York. Couch: a Novel by Ben Parzybok. Jaime Hernandez. Ancestral Pueblo Landscapes, by James E. Snead. Peter Whiteley. Robert Preucel. Geomorphology. The Baffler.
Phil- just tried to friend you. Wanted to let you know about an event our neighborhood association is co-hosting with Bernco and MRCOG. Dan Burden from WALC is coming to ABQ to do a workshop re: making communities more walkable on May 17th His focus will be our segment of San Pedro that we have been working on for the past four years. The event will be open to the public and should be really good. What would be the best way to get the word out on DCF? I don't think it's in the media yet, although MRCOG is doing a press release. Attached is a flyer. Thanks.Dan%20Burden%20Saturday.pdf.
Hi Phil! I am not sure how they make it in Sonora but this is the Guadalajara dog: 100% beef natural casing Frankfurter, wrapped in bacon, grilled. topped with pico de gallo (finely chopped tomatoes, onions & jalapenos). Plus sour cream (optional). I hope this would satisfy your Mexican taste buds ;0)
I just figured out that Ben and Nora and I ride the bus up to school and I can still get to work- so that was the second time, but we will do again . It only works if Ray can go in a little late and take Meghan.