Acros in the Foth Derby produced only a couple images at the end of the roll I thought to be of acceptable quality. Most of the others were kind of fuzzy and low contrast, and four in the middle featured a broad, blank stripe. I haven't fully sorted out the issues, but I suspect I did a poor job of rolling up the film in the backing paper. I think the film buckled and interfered with the travel of the focal plane shutter curtains.
Albuquerque and New Mexico are still struggling to get beyond of the 2008 financial collapse. The Intel plant which gave the local economy a boost in the beginning of the century is down to a skeleton crew. The city's main industry at this point seems to be tattoo parlours.
Rude Boy offers a varied menu. I'm going to take a pass on Tuesdays, which appear to feature a dead cockroach. The coffee shops and restaurants around UNM which cater to the local student crowd seem to be surviving the disruption of the rapid transit construction on Central Ave., but many of the other businesses are on shaky ground.