|Above, The Beast at the Route 66 Casino RV Resort. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Today's my day to get a few things done while in Albuquerque.
Tonight, my ex-roomie Jessica is flying in from Iowa and will be staying with me for two weeks.
Since I get my haircuts at Supercuts in Albuquerque, I took care of that this morning after arriving in town. I have a good haircutter in Michelle there. She's also a feast to the eyes as well.
|Above, the Albuquerque La Mesa RV. Poto by Armand Vaquer.|
After Supercuts, I headed towards the Route 66 Casino RV Resort. Nearby is the Albuquerque dealership of La Mesa RV. I bought The Beast from the La Mesa RV dealership in San Diego. I went in to set an appointment to get The Beast serviced. As expected, I am in La Mesa's database, so that made the appointment faster. I got the appointment for the day I wanted.
After I was done there, I stopped along the way to photograph the Rio Puerco Bridge that Historic Route 66 crossed.
|Above, the Rio Puerco Bridge. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
About the bridge (from its Facebook page):
The Rio Puerco Bridge is a Parker through truss bridge located on historic U.S. Route 66 (US 66), crossing the Rio Puerco, that was built in 1933. It is located approximately 19mi west of Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States.
I then arrived at the Route 66 Casino RV Resort and set up camp. I will be relaxing for the duration of the day before I pick up Jessica from the Albuquerque Airport late tonight. We'll be spending the night at the RV resort.
But, before picking up Jessica at the airport, I will have a prime rib dinner at the Thunder Road Steakhouse & Cantina in the casino. Lookin' forward to that!