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... pulling and pushing a floating person in the water) Session for me. I had such a wonderful experience. Alan had no formal training but, intuitively he was GREAT at it. I felt like a baby being rocked in the water. It was one of my great memories of being in Santa Fe. Joanna and I did a little of this for each other...and it was a sweet experience as well. They now have hammocks that you can go lay in when you get out of the water....I highly recommend that!!, On the way to Ojo ...
... but laugh at that point? It all worked out and we were shortly on our way again.
So, it took us a little bit longer to get to Ojo Caliente than we thought, but in my opinion it was worth it. We took the dogs on a hike behind the springs and saw clay pot pieces from the Navajo Indian tribes which was pretty cool. Somebody told us we would see a skeleton, but we never saw it. The view ...
... be nice to get back in again!
Anyway love Taos - fantastic galleries and weaving/yarn shops selling hand dyed wools - have indulged that passion with some serious shopping. Oh and did I mention we found a premium outlet mall on our way out of Las Vegas - plastic now seriously melting and not just from the heat outside! Slight difficulty is that I'm now going to have to wear cowboy boots and shearling jacket back on the flight as they're not going to fit in my ...
... good as we remember from our honeymoon. The next day was spa day which was great. We spoiled ourselves with massages and body scrubs. The spa treatments included use of all the pools all day. Instead of doing the pools right after our treatments we decided to go tour some wineries. We ended up going to 3 different wineries and one brewery. They were all very good and much different than Florida wine. We like to help the ...
... 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 ...