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Travel Blogs from Taos Ski Valley
... that was so very delicious.
From there to Casa Benevides where we had a beautiful room awaiting us. Rested a bit before heading out to look around town. We were still trying to decide where to have dinner and were walking around checking places out and it was very slippery with the ice patches and new snow covering some of the ice. Went back to the room and put on our "yak traks" which fit on the bottom of your shoe and help grip ...
... Will post again after our time in DC and Charleston, SC and Savannah, Georgia before we hit theme-park land down in Orlando!
You guys try and stay cool and we'll try and stay warm - love to everyone - message us back - it's cool to hear what you guys are up to and how everyone is going!
Oh yeah, and Happy New Year!
TTFN (tah tah for now) - learnt that one from the friendly folk of Taos ski valley.
Mat, Jenn, Anna and Charlotte
... the first! Alma helped me out a lot on my piece, helping me with more energy and more definitive gestures and characters to portray. It was a really great thing and i was glad that I was able to be a part of that masterclass.
Friday night was our first performance, which every friday takes place at the St. James Episcopal Church in Taos. The church is beautiful and the best thing, A REAL PIANO! Finally, we weren't trying to battle with the electric keyboard! We listened to ...
... We will have a voice hearing in which the Institute faculty members will hear one piece of our choice. It is a chance for them to get to hear us and to place us in certain ensemble pieces that we will be rehearsing and performing. I am going to be singing my german piece from the opera "Fidelio" and Oliver is going to sing his english piece from "The Rakes Progress". Wish us luck, we will definitely need it!
... bewitching. The harmonies on the singing and the intricacy of the synchronised beat was brilliant.
LK: (Pleasant child alert...) A young girl awarded me a Taos (which rhymes with mouse) Pueblo Tribal Police “Click It or Ticket” sticker so I could be her buddy. KK gave away his raffle ticket as we left before the end of the proceedings, crackling dry and overheating in our devilish white skins. It had been an enriching ...