Albuquerque is 1 of the most amazing venues in all of the Midwest, but there are a lot of special venues around Albuquerque, but 1 of my favorite venues to visit is the petroglyph National Monument. This venue is monitored by the National Park Service, then it is a small drive to the monument, but it’s very simple to access! My friends and I went to the Petroglyph National monument in Albuquerque on Saturday. The entire day was a lot of fun, thanks to some incredible weather. It was around 73 degrees that day with a little bit of sun and some light wind. Honestly, I do not think there could have been more perfect weather for our outdoor adventure, however when the park closed and the sun finally set, it was almost cold. The two of us had to run the heat on the way back to our venue in Albuquerque, just because it was freezing outside. The furnace made the drive a lot more comfortable. I was still freezing when I got to my apartment, so I turned on the space furnace that I keep in the lavatory. I put the space furnace in the home office and I let it run for a couple of hours. It entirely made it all the way down to 40 degrees that night. It was 1 of the coldest afternoons I can remember having in May. It felt more love a February night than a Spring almost summer time night. I won’t complain much about it, especially with summer time temperatures typically creeping up to 100 degrees or higher. I would rather have 10 freezing afternoons than 1 tepid and humid night.