Sunday, August 12, 2007

Outside of Albuquerque

The Sandia Mountain range outside of Albuquerque. Click on the pictures to fully appreciate them.

I went to pick up two really nice brothers from England who came for the Jaap Sahib course. They've since left :-) This picture is way outside of Albuquerque, up in the mountains, where we went the day after they arrived. They both did well at that elevation.

5 comments:

Sikhi Seeker said...

The scenery is gorgeous as ever, Prabhu veerji :)

I wish to share that some Dr. Vegi, has left me 10 comments on different posts, one of which can be found here: https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=15734499&postID=5637394506477717098
What course of action do you suggest? Especially if it is an authentic comment?

Much thanks,S.

Prabhu Singh said...

Bhen Ji,
I'm enjoying reading comments from you agin :-)
I thought your response was awesome, better than I would have written. I would probably delete his comment and also ignore it.
There's no end to the weirdness on the internet it seems...
You should come visit us here, I'll take you to see the sights in person. We just concluded our short (weekend) Sikh youth camp and it was a really great time. We took them to see some awesome sights as well.

Sikhi Seeker said...

Oh! Thank God! Quite a relief to hear that from you :)

As for the offer..you are very kind!! I really can't wait to get time and money to travel. Trust me New Espanola is one of the top on my travel wish list :)
Wishing you well!

g_singh said...

what a peacful place to have a sikh scripture course!

but funny name! is it pronounced Alber-querky?

Prabhu Singh said...

For some reason people don't generally pronounce one of the 'r's.
The original Spanish pronunciation would be:
Aal-boor-qur-ke
How must people say it these days:
Al-bah-ker-kee

The course wasn't in Albuquerque or in the mountains, it was in EspaƱola New Mexico, which is also a beautiful place and has views of mountains all around.