I don't want to take a picture of Keith. His hair hasn't been put up the way he likes it, and he's a little tubey. Intubish.
(Also it's against policy, and decorum, so I won't tell you what hospital we're in or which department, and don't ask.)
Out the window, though, is the roof of some of the 1st floor, in the foreground. Center is Hokona Zuni, with Zia to the left—dorms I lived in when I was 17 and 18. The first year I lived there was the last year it had its own dining hall. 1970/71. The second year I lived there was the first year it was a co-ed dorm instead of all-girls.
To the far left is another paired set of dorms, Laguna/DeVargas. I lived there as a senior. They were nearly new when I was in there.
You might notice those photos were taken at different times of the 24-hour clock.
The top of the parking structure has an unobstructed view of the western horizon. Wow! THIS would be the place to come to watch balloons. I wonder if people already know that and it fills up? All you have to do to get up here is to drive 5 mph through about a quarter mile of very tight spirally parking lot, in the dark, before you pop out into "There are the volcanos; where are the balloons!?" glory.
Added in late March, two things:
And I did see some balloons from the top of the parking structure one day, about eight of them.