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... leather items as well. Rolando’s hat is actually from Australia, and its redeeming feature is that it folds up and when released, it goes right back to its original shape. We’ll see! No photos yet, but before the trip is done, I’m sure I’ll catch an appropriate photo of my intrepid “outback” travel companion.
In our travels, I asked a couple of antique jewellery dealers about a turquoise bracelet ...
... with our bowl of scraps they come running! They like our cooking too it seems :) The guy who owns and runs the place is a serious foodie and we arrived to a beautiful antipasto spread with a bottle of red and the treats have just kept coming... we've made him a pavlova as a thank-you but his hospitality has been amazing - such a find! I'll post a few photos of our casita and the grounds because they really are photo-worthy!
Taos itself is very alternative - as ...
... br> Before I came to New Mexico, I visualized what I was going to see based on the pictures and videos I had seen of Earthships. My visualizations were bases on outdated information and today my thoughts about what Earthships are evolved in an ecstatic experience of awe!
This morning we toured The Phoenix (the largest Earthship in the community) and a finished three bedroom global model Earthship. What we saw today, was a ...
... Pueblo which is the oldest continuously inhabited community as well as being the only UNESCO Living World heritage Site in the US. This pueblo is two miles north of town and permits must be purchased to tour the outside of the buildings as well as camera permit but you cannot take a picture of the Indians. About 150 Indians live here without electricity and inside plumbing. The creek runs through the center of the town so that they have ...
It took hours to drive through the flat hell of north-west Texas. The miles seemed to get longer and longer, and it was so dry. Nothing but a brown, flat horizon, punctuated by stinky stockyards, red road signs, oil pumps, and wind farms. No wonder. The wind whips across those plains and you have to hold the steering wheel at a 45 degree angle just to stay in the lane. We made an overnight stop in Abilene on the way north ...