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... up. It was nice driving by the Rio Grande. To think that this river becomes our nations border from Mexico. I guess this is the second most important river in the SW besides the Colorado. Halfway between Taos and Santa Fe was Espanola. What a contrast. Taos and Santa Fe are very touristy with their plazas and galleries. Espanola was a much poorer and grimier town with bars on many shops and gang activity present. 90% of the houses were trailers. But the biggest and most ...
... modern town of Taos where a tribe of Tewan-speaking Pueblo Indians
maintain secretive and conservative traditions and a somewhat communal
lifestyle most other Pueblo Indian communities have given up. Along with Acoma
Pueblo west of Albuquerque, Taos Pueblo is one of those few places where you
can completely forget you’re in the United States. To me it feels much more
like places I’ve ...
... back around toward Arroyo Seco, passing the entrance gate to Julia Roberts Taos home. I so wished I could see her house. In Arroyo Seco we picked up a couple big containers of vegetable oil at the sushi restaurant. (I guess that is a good clean kind.) We had so much fun talking and telling stories in the car together.
We got home at 4:00 and Moira got ready to go out for drinks later. She had to got to Taos to get some poison oak medicine and I ...
... was delicious. I went over to the big house at 8:15 and checked out all the rooms and lights again. It blew my mind. I turned on the sauna. It was ready at 9:00 and I stayed in for almost an hour. I started The Milagro Beanfield War on DVD in the gorgeous living room at 10:00. I forwarded emails and worked on other stuff while I watched. It was a long movie. Moira got back late, towards the end. She loved the cobbler.
... in the galleries. That often asked if I painted and I told them about that. One woman I talked a while with, gave me a pastel paper sample and told me it was the best. I talked with the guy in the artist cooperative. Every good town seems to have one. I talked with nice retired man who had turned to painting a couple years ago and opened his own gallery. He had me show him my few works on facebook. I wasn't expecting that, but he said there was something there ...
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