Taos Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... been built in Mexico, Central America, and Africa. Like the ancestral inhabitants of this high desert region, the developers of Earthship are striving to make peace with their environment by emphasizing low-impact structures.
Our own low-impact stay involved dispersed camping further west in the pine forest where gentle breezes kept us cool all night. We were sure to leave only footprints when we departed the next morning as a rain shower approached.
... first and last of which we may go back to use as a base for exploration around the Four Corners area. Both Farmington and Cortez are fair-sized towns with all amenities and, hopefully, economical accommodation.
Here in Taos, we’ve booked in to the Kachina Lodge & Meetings Centre, which was likely top of the line in the early 1960’s. It could use a face lift, and one building looks to be ...
... freedom to do what you are intuitively compelled to do, because I trust you." Unfortunately, self confidence is in sort supply in our culture which allows jealousy, authority and misunderstanding to degrade relationships. However, I see a new level of connection emerging in relationships which has the potential to revolutionize the foundation of community. Experiencing tribalism in Peru will give us a refined understanding of relationships and ...
... Santa Fe. What a lovely town, so liveable, so tranquil. Later we traverse Albuquerque, and for all the Bugs Bunny fans, we do turn left! Evening finds us in Gallup, NM at the Fire Rock Navajo Indian Casino. Boy there are more Indians here than Gen. Custer faced at the Little Big Horn. It seemed the whole Navajo nation was here and we were certainly in the minority, but we had a great time as there were very friendly and hospitable to us. Bye for now Wazza & ...
Left Durango this morning after a visit to the laundromat and a great (shared) take-out breakfast from Oscar's a few doors down. On the way to Taos we saw the Taos Earthship Biotecture project (west of Taos in the open scrub land). Very "interesting" structures -- like from a different world. We crossed the impressive Rio Grande gorge (oodles of street vendors trying to sell their wares to the people stopping to look at ...