Sandia Peak

I had originally wanted to take the tram up to the peak. But Greg had made the suggestion to go to Sandia Man Cave afterwards. And that required some serious back road driving down a path that only horses should have been allowed to traverse. Amazingly, his CNG powered, dual-fuel, 8×8, behemoth, 6-ton Ford didn’t require that every approaching vehicle cower and hide from it as it navigated the rutted and ruined washboarded roadway. A drive I won’t soon forget.

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