Message from discussion Good view to the west in Albuquerque?
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From: Steve Coltrin <spcol...@omcl.org>
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2012 12:39:55 -0600
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"Keith F. Lynch" <k...@KeithLynch.net> writes:
> I had no problem with the altitude when I visited there once many
> years on a business trip.
Yeah, because everybody responds to high altitudes the same way.
And did you take the tramway there, or hike half a mile on broken
> The only problem I had was with the prices
> at the restaurant.
It's called 'High Finance' for a reason. Well, two reasons.
> At least they had an excuse for that: Food is
> cooked at the bottom of the mountain, then hurriedly carried up before
> it can cool off.
Sounds like bullshit. There's no hurrying up that mountain.
> (At that altitude the boiling point of water is too
> low for proper cooking.)
That can be compensated for.
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