Casa Benavides Historic Inn
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... www.http://earthship.com/community ) is a community dedicated to sustainable living by using recycled and natural building materials, recapturing and recycling water, and using renewable energy to power the homes scattered over 350 acres west of Taos. Homes are typically built into hillsides. The walls are reinforced with recycled tires filled with compacted earth. The concept has captured the imagination of communities around the world and Earthship ...
... range coming through to Taos was really high and really cold! So many trees and vegetation, at some points it was just like travelling in the hills of B.C. Totally unexpected! Loving that there is not much traffic – at some times we have the highway to ourselves for long periods of time. Makes for great sightseeing, and we don’t get slowed down. We came through towns Cortez, CO., Shiprock and Farmington, ...
- Left early this morning at eight
- Arrived at Carson National Forest around ten thirty.
- Grabbed gas for $23.78
- Also had five sandwhiches for $16.25 and a water for a dollar.
- Had a light picnic and than was back on the road towards Colorado Springs
... my ears bleed, but made me think. The chick was singing about "unconditional love" and I began thinking whether it actually exists or not. The thought that came to my head when I began to imagine "unconditional love", was understanding each other's perspective to the point you can always see what they mean. It is difficult but essential to be able to say "I love you, and I alwalys will, because I believe you are a good person and I want you to ...
... blown by prevailing winds to the base of the mother mountain. A micro-ecology has developed supporting unique species of both plants and animal life, some occurring no where else on the planet. We found out about it by talking to locals at breakfast. We overnighted in Taos, a striking town constructed almost entirely of adobe, a kind of rendered mud brick, all coloured in earthy pleasant tones of ochre. Next day we visited the state capital of New Mexico, the ...