American Artists Gallery B&B
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... town for a couple of hours, taking in the arts and crafts fair taing place in the Kit Carson park - the level of quality of the work was amazing - yes there were some trinkets and herbal soaps and homemade jam, but there was a significant amount of 'wow - that's great' art too.
After a lunch of waffles with deep fried chicken (I am not making this up) I headed to the Taos Pueblo.
I am not quite sure what to ...
... store at 8:30 AM to get an oil change and general checkup and a bike wash which it needed greatly. Ben had dropped his bike off yesterday for the same reasons. I met Kyle, the friendly service writer, at the drive in service door. I told him I had a 10:00 AM appointment scheduled but wanted to get started earlier. He suggested I have a 35k mile service and two new tires. After some initial hand wringing, I agreed and he assured me it ...
... entrepreneur and is working with a local artist for unique soap mold designs, and even though her business is only about a year old, she says she does quite a bit of mail order business. We bought a few soaps and took her card. Oh, and she had one of those credit card attachments on her phone. It worked like a hot damn, and we received an emailed receipt. Ah, technology!
Roland purchased a leather hat from the local leather ...
... we left for Taos in New Mexico, arriving this evening. Just outside Taos we visited the Taos Pueblo Unesco World Heritage Site, the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in north America. which was interesting, with all its adobe structures. Adobe as in buildings, not PDF reader ... However, most structures are empty and the whole place felt rather soulless and desolate.
... us a hotel built in that style and it exceeded expectations judging from the pictures I had seen on the net. Now we really feel like we're living the Southwest! To really enjoy our stay, we drove to the nearest grocery store, bought 2 liters of ice cream, bowls and spoons, and ate it all while watching a movie.
The next day we drove to the nearby Rio Grande Gorge Bridge which ...