I was bored every weekend before moving to Albuquerque. My rural community in southern CO had a lot to offer in natural beauty from the wildlife to the whole plant ecosystem, although I wanted a bigger neighborhood or a small neighborhood to live in. It’s difficult to be pleased in your 20s when you can’t go out as well as spend time with other people your age. And since I lived in the tri-state part near the OK as well as KS borders, I was surrounded with farmland as well as prairie desolation in every conceivable direction. After moving to Albuquerque as well as making up-to-date friends, I was always asked how I liked the mountains in CO before leaving. People are shocked when I tell them that our tiny hometown was so close to KS that I might as well have been in that state from the start. Sure there is plenty of flat land in the Albuquerque part that looks flat as well as desolate, especially to the west, however there is the Sandia Mountain range to the east. One of our number one pastimes in Albuquerque is getting high as well as riding the Sandia Peak Tramway with our friends. Until a few years ago, the Sandia Peak Tramway was the longest cable car tram plan in the world. Although it has had a number of critical failures over the years, the tramway has been improved many times. Nowadays it can handle any ice or snow from Albquerque’s chilly winters. It’s amazing looking out over the valley from atop Sandia Peak at over 10,000 feet above sea level. It’s a sight to behold, especially with cannabis in your system.