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... government archives, we decided to climb a mountain.
Actually, we intended to do some trail running, but ended up half walking, half running up to Picacho Peak along the Dale Ball trails. We made it to the summit, a peak of 8577 feet (technically, we were already at about 7000 feet in the city, so it wasn't that much vertical climbing, but leave me alone! I need this!).
After a quick dip in the freezing-cold pool at our hotel and a shower, it ...
... on our trip that the kids have this kind of freedom to roam, though there should be plenty of beach time ahead.
They also love the Shidoni Foundry and adjacent Tesuque Glassworks, where bronze sculptures are poured and glass masterpieces are blown, respectively. Bruce and Nancy kindly took them for a visit while Jonathan and I tended to less inspiring things like repacking ...
... impressions were very favourable! The historic and picturesque plaza (Santa Fe is the oldest state capital in the US) was a lively hive of activity as the bandstand was currently hosting a country music band. The plaza was filled with people milling around, or sat having a picnic with their families, or even dancing to the music that was being played. We wandered through soaking up the ambience before wandering around some of the connecting streets to check out some of ...
... work for sale. I couldn’t resist and bought a copper and brass bracelet. Then I wandered through the shops and in and out of the various courtyards that are tucked back in from the street.
I spied a boutique that was having a trunk sale and I couldn’t resist looking at the clothing and accessories on sale. First to greet me was a person that I can only say must have been an Elton John fan. I ...
... life“As is often the case when I travel, my vulnerability — like not knowing what the hell I’m supposed to do upon arrival — makes me more open to outside interactions than I might otherwise be when I’m at home and think I know ...
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