Woke up and headed over to The Range Cafe for breakfast.

Then back to the hotel to gather promotional materials.


Giant broke up some of the Devil's lettuce.

Office space.

Finished signing all the posters.

Then we went up 10,378 square feet above sea level to Sandia Peak. You are looking at one of the longest clear spans in the world.

Please do not climb or sit on railings.


This tram sees 250,000 passengers per year.

Tree graffiti.



Sandia Park CCC 1936.


Giant looking out over Duke City.



Sandia Peak Ski.

Sandia Peak Tramway was manufactured by Bell Engineering of Lucerne, Switzerland and constsructed between 1964-1966 at a cost of 2 million dollars. Five thousand helicopter trips were made during construction of Tower 2 and the cable installation.

[Insert wind here].

Hold fast.

Back to life.

Back to reality.

Back down to 6,559 feet.

And off to dinner at India Kitchen.

Happy Friday!

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