Now that I’m no longer attending college at the University of New Mexico, I’m living in an house on Southern Blvd SE adjacent to Manzano Mesa Park
Even before I moved out to New Mexico and settled in Albuquerque, I was fascinated with hiking and city parks. The area I grew up in towards the eastern Midwest was cold however had ample nature preserves that I could like while in the years the two of us stayed there. My parents had to sell their company and start working in New Mexico, however it was our decision to attend the University of New Mexico that brought me down to Albuquerque. Before that, the two of us were living in Santa Fe to the northeast. My parents would sometimes plan day trips down to Albuqueruqe via Interstate 25. Sometimes the two of us stopped in Bernalillo on the way down. My dad was a big fan of mountains and forests, so he would drag our mom, our sister, and I to the Sandia Mountain trails. I was the only 1 in the family who actually enjoyed being out in the woods to the degree that our father did. Unlike our sister, I was fascinated with exploring. Now that I’m no longer attending college at the University of New Mexico, I’m living in an house on Southern Blvd SE adjacent to Manzano Mesa Park. It’s a fairly small park and you can see the Sandia Mountains in the horizon to the east, however at least I can walk down to Manzano Mesa Park from our house with a cannabis vape pen in our pocket to unwind for a few hours. If I particularly want a day full of hiking, I’ll drive eastward to the Embudo Trailhead or the Three Guns Springtime Trailhead for Sandia exploring.