At the foot of the Sandia Mountains, just outside Albuquerque, New Mexico.
He no longer looks like the man who left Albuquerque a month ago.
Paul Chavez works in a bland office building in southeast Albuquerque.
city in New Mexico, U.S., founded 1706 and named for Spanish administrator and viceroy of Mexico Francisco Fernández de la Cueva, Duque de Alburquerque (1617-1676); name altered by association with Portuguese soldier Alfonso de Albuquerque (1453-1515), both named from Alburquerque, a town in Spain close to the Portuguese border, meaning "white oak;" ultimately from Latin albus "white" and quercus "oak."
Largest city in New Mexico.