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... around my wife, but they made us wear white gloves to conduct our research. Much was gleaned from the work, including the name of the librarian at the office of the legislative archives. So at noon, we packed up and headed for the capitol building! THE ROUND HOUSE!!!!
No, for all of you Gen-X-ers and S'Nick fans out there, this isn't what we're talking about. The round house is the nickname for New Mexico's state capitol building, so named because ...
... of those states are so big that New Mexico is not a big tourist site. It felt to me like I was in the old wild west and thought it was incredible. I would like to come back here someday and drive down south to a town called Lincoln, where Billy the Kid grew up and is buried. They also have the Carlsbad Caverns down south, which are quite an incredible site. All on the list. So much to do and so little time.
... of them said excuse me, stepped off his skateboard, walked around us and then when they were clear of us, stepped back on and skateboarded off. We stood there open-mouthed and marvelling at how polite people were here in small town America. If that had been the UK they would have pretty much ran us over and then given us a mouthful of abuse for getting in their way!!
Feeling buoyed by our enjoyable visit to Las Vegas NM we pressed on to our final destination ...
... and also inspired her. Three years after Stieglitz died in 1946 she moved permanently to Ghost Ranch and Abiqui, New Mexico. She loved the mountain peak that she could see from her windows at Ghost Ranch and painted that landscape in many different seasons. Her biography states, "her ability to capture the essence of the natural beauty of northern New Mexico desert, its vast skies, richly colored landscape configurations ...
... on the old square where the Navajo spread blankets to sell their jewelry dates back to 1758.
I also got to see the Loretto chapel with the miraculous staircase that was constructed without a single nail. I have wanted to see this work of art since I was a kid. Incredible.
If you like art galleries, this is your kind of town. You can spend weeks going to art galleries and museums.