Greetings from Cuba, NM
Don’t get me wrong, I like Cuba, NM. There’s a couple of good restaurants and I’ve spent some serious time there fueling up, getting ice and stocking up on beer on way to the Jemez Mountains. There’s a couple of cool neon signs that were probably in working order when this postcard was published. That would have made an interesting image.
Instead, someone decided, “Hey, let’s not put a picture of the town. Instead, let’s put a picture of NM 126 that heads up into the Jemez Mountains cause the highway is the only part of Cuba most visitors actually see.”
Greetings from Lordsburg
Somebody felt so bad about Lordsburg that they substituted a photo of a rock formation for actually showing a town.
Glacier Boulder in Tijeras Canyon
Route 66 east of Albuquerque, NM, through the mountains via Tijeras Canyon. BTW, I don’t think Tijeras canyon was formed by a glacier, so this ‘glacier rock’ might just be a normally weathered rock, not caused by a glacier. Try to contain your disappointment.
Civic Center Plaza
From the back:
Aerial view of the new hub of downtown Albuquerque – Civic Center Plaza. In the background is the new Convention Center and and new Albuquerque Inn.
Albuquerque Convention Center
Looks like a very inviting place to have a meeting.