Austing Haus B&B
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- Pets allowed
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... is decorated reflecting southwestern style. The dining area is charming and I'm looking forward to our breakfast that the Innkeepers will prepare for us tomorrow morning.The property overlooks Pueblo tribal land and a beautiful mountain. Really nice!!
Wanting to maintain the Southwestern mood, we opted to have Mexican food tonight at highly-rated Bella's Mexican Grill. I ordered the Chile en Nogada which was a fresh fire roasted poblano ...
... in his voice, and he sounded terrific.
Both our Friday and Saturday concerts went really well. The saturday concert was help in another home and it was an amazing experience. We also had John Hollins come visit us this past week, and it was so great to see him and have a little bit of home with us! We miss him already and cant wait for him to be back with Betsy and Mark!
Off to English for me and Italian for Oliver next week! Will try not to be so sporadic on our posts!!
We visited the Taos Pueblo, a UNESCO site. It has a sad history but the people are very proud of their culture and customs and make beautiful artworks. We were given a fascinating tour.
Afterwards we drove up to the Taos Ski Area where we took a hike to a magnificent lake. ...
... that. We made it to Flagstaff, AZ and had Alpine Pizza for dinner. We were surprised that none of the snow from last weekend's freeway shutdown was still there. We made it to Phoenix, AZ around 9pm. Sean had fallen asleep in the car, so we just brought him into bed. Ryan chatted a little with grandma, and then went to bed. A long day. ...
... by our friend Carol who built her own home out of straw bales. Jen then found out about Arco Santi, and we did a tour and stayed the night at their facility north of Phoenix last year. Houses built out of tires was always in the back of our minds, but it was so far from Tucson that it seemed unattainable. Another friend went so far as to take a workshop directed by the Garbage Warrior himself. Excited, and ...