Back in 2014, I visited the Sandia Peak Tramway, which sits behind the largest building in the area, the Sandia Casino.
There’s a restaurant next to the Tramway, which I’ve eaten at twice. Not the greatest food (or service), but the chile con queso was pretty good.
I didn’t take a ride on the tram, since it costs $20 for about a 20 minute ride.
Tramway Boulevard runs parallel to the Sandia Mountains, and this is where I went apartment hunting yesterday. And where I found this artwork:
There’s a bike/jogging path that runs alongside Tramway Boulevard, and although the road itself isn’t very busy, there are always people taking advantage of the path.
I saw some other interesting art in the area, but my pain levels are pretty high, so this is the only one I stopped to take photos of. In addition to my usually high pain levels, I’ve done something to my back, probably from all the packing and carting junk to the trash. There’s some numbness in my right leg that makes me worry that it won’t always support me, but so far, so good (pretty much). But… it’s that kind of sharp pain that makes you lose your breath… and makes you wonder if the next breath will come.