Casa Benavides Historic Inn
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Refugee - Tom Petty (Somewhere, somehow, somebody must have kicked you around some)
[Another great thumpy bass/drum accelerate & brake song]
18th Avenue - Cat Stevens (The people I saw were the people I knew and they all came down to take a view)
Five Years - David Bowie (We have five years left to ...)
Chicago - CSNY (Won't you please come ...
We took I-25 northeast out of ABQ for about 50 miles. Next was an exit at H-285 and we turned northwest to Santé Fe. We quickly arrived and parked near Santé Fe Plaza and took in the sights. The entire area is basically adobe. There is an old church at the northeast end of the plaza that acts as the focal point. We walked the square window shopping stopping only for a bottle of water. The sky was still clear and the ...
... and I wrongly assumed he was just some hired guy working Saturday so the owner could be off. Turned out he IS the owner and really knows his stuff. He’s the grandson of the original owners who opened the Trading Post in the early 1900’s. Shop has an entire room of memorabilia, native Indian items and old turn of the century stuff not for sale, photos, news clippings, etc. – very interesting. He was busy practising to ...
We've been in northern New Mexico in a little nuts-n-berries place called Taos where we have spent five nights over Christmas, and what a lovely one it was!
We were staying at a wonderful place called Casa Gallina where there are a number of small homes or "casitas" on a semi-rural property - the highlight of which are the 30 chooks "the girls" and the rooster "Big Daddy"! They have provided much entertainment to small and big kids alike and as soon as we ...
... at a local ski resort. We only have to pay for rentals ($15 for each)! On thursday, we will make our way to Phoenix to visit Jenn :)
Today, Rachel and I skied the slopes at the Sipapu ski resort in Taos. It was a blast. The mountain makes Cannonsburg look like an anthill! There was hardly anybody there, which meant no lines at the chairlifts. I am afraid that I might have caught the "skiing ...