Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Longest Aerial Tramway

An initial e-mail from Wallen last Friday triggered several e-mails back and forth between Wallen, Nooter and I. In part, John's note made me think of the time that Nooter dragged me on to the world's longest aerial tramway to the top of Sandia Peak in Albuquerque, New Mexico [I am not crazy about heights!]. Rob ended up calling from his daughter's soccer practice and we spent some time catching up.

Afterwards, I started thinking that I had some digital pictures from the trip to Albuquerque. For part of 1997, I carried an early Casio digital camera. With Sharon in the city Friday night, I pulled my old IBM Thinkpad 760CD out of the closet and started digging around. I found about 90 digital pictures from 1997. I posted some of the pictures from the Albuquerque trip in the entry titled the Nooters in Albuquerque.

I had also been wondering recently how much of my old e-mail was on this computer. It turns out that there is a lot of old e-mail. In a quick review, I was able to find several things including a long e-mail that I wrote to Nooter after my first two dates with Sharon in early 1995. I am going to post some pieces of that e-mail in the future.

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