By Scot In case you missed it yesterday, John posted a few words and some fabulous photos reviewing our adventurous traverse of Albuquerque’s “Southeast Passage,” i.e., the South Diversion Channel from Rio Bravo north and northeast under I-25 and Gibson Blvd., across Cesar Chavez Blvd., and, ultimately, to the “headwaters” of the SDC at the south… Read More Further Reflections on the “Inevitable” South Diversion Channel Extension
Bud Light. It’s uncanny, so to speak. Middle of Commercial St. S.E. just west of Broadway/NM-47.
An interesting KRQE story by Chris McKee on Kirtland AFB’s idea to use some of its unused land to provide a “Gibson Flyover,” changing the route of Gibson Blvd. at Louisiana northeast to Eubank in a route haphazardly shown in red below: No, if built, the road will probably not be quite this meandering (blog poster… Read More A Closer Look at the Latest, of Many, Plans for Gibson Boulevard
With actual precipitation falling this morning from the sky in a part of the water cycle we in New Mexico had almost forgotten, it gives us a chance to, once again, point out how lousy the NM Roads website is: Me and my weather/traffic nerd friends aren’t claiming that this pathetic excuse for a weather/traffic… Read More Yeah! Precipitation! Boo! NMRoads.com!
Last night, really closer to late afternoon, we were sitting around at the Bicycle Committee meeting talking about this and that, including that thing we always eventually get around to talking about: Which of the eleventy zillion projects that could make cycling around Burque better/safer/easier should we advocate get done first, second, third… You know,… Read More Daydreams About Bike Things in the Middle of the Afternoon
It’s February 12th, and you might not have lost those ten pounds you “resolved” to lose by about now. I know I haven’t. Still haven’t done my taxes early or achieved my resolved goal to cleanse myself of judgment and become a radiantly calm being, mindful of all and vengeful to none. Or something like.… Read More Forgot Your New Year’s Resolution? Remembering South Diversion Channel Trail Extension
Hello Burque! Been busy this week doing the K-12 education thing, and when I last wrote the Dow was at 25,750 or so, and I wrote a piece praising the Albuquerque Journal. Anything happen since? Despite tumult around the world’s financial markets, our local paper of record, a football coach who would have been fired… Read More The Burque Week in Review: From Hell and Back to Hell