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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to stand on the bridge and take photos. It’s a pretty impressive gorge. Long horn sheep live there, but we didn’t see any until Rolando zoomed in on a photo which revealed a family near the river but a long way upstream from the bridge. The wind was still howling and it was a little unnerving standing on the bridge.
2. Earthship Homes. Close to the Gorge Bridge. Homes built from recycled materials – bottles, tires ...
... then this water is treated and then used three or four times over via grey and black water treatment facilities. They grow a lot of their own vegetables in the different water treatment areas, having found that different fruits and vegetable plants are suitable for injecting certain bacteria into the water through their root systems to fasten the treatment process. Large hot houses are also being experimented with. The community itself is hundreds of acres in size ...
... and keep the plants warm. Intuitively, it would seem like rocks at the bottom of a pond would have nothing to do with the health of the plants around the pond. However, Sepp has a great understanding of how natural systems work as a whole, so he can do quirky things like putting rocks at the bottom of his ponds, to make healthy ecosystems in any climate.
Chad and Sepp want to start a permaculture ecosystem in ...
... Burt Bacharach and the open road all day (Dionne and Burt keep me calm and make me happy, so camp, so delightful).
The scenery had plenty of similar rock formations to those I'd seen from the highways on previous days, coupled with a whole lot of nothing, grand!
I also went through parts of Sante Fe National Forest, where I suspect it's huntin' season as I saw a few guys at ...
... this morning to get a glimpse. Sigh. ****.
Anyway, our route for today had us going to Taos, New Mexico, which also has an ancient Puebloan village ... so some consolation. We are in an area with a lot of ruins. When Roger originally suggested we go thru Taos, I thought it was just so that he could brag about it to Uncle Big Guy (brother-in-law Roger who, when we mentioned we may go thru New Mexico on this ...