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... down the I-25 to New Mexico was again very pretty (I know I sound like a broken record) and also again a bit scary for the last hour in a heavy fog.
Our Hotwire find for a downtown Santa Fe Boutique hotel proved a huge hit. The Vanessie Inn has 18 distinct and uniquely decorated rooms. Ours happened to be a photo feature on their website, so I snagged it (see below). Even better was the piano bar evening entertainment. Two über talented, ...
I woke up hoping to take a day trip to Taos, but decided against it after getting to Santa Fe. I stopped in Santa Fe to look around and enjoyed it a lot, but it wasn't much differnet than old town Albuquerque. It had a square with the benches and old plants along with some christmas lights and the tourist shops surrounding it. There was a cathedral not too far away that was definitely a lot different than ...
... lot of work although we sure do enjoy ourselves. Will be sending along some pictures from Taos tonight, and perhaps I'll send pictures of Santa Fe tomorrow. May not be sending quite so many pictures as we'll be in pretty flat country, but will let you know our where abouts. Keep the prayers coming please. Love june & m j ...
... and annexed the top part of Mexico into the USA. Back in our motel room the TV has BBC programmes on the public broadcasting channel. The funny thing is we hardly ever watch "Father Brown Stories" and the one they are showing is one of the couple we have seen! We spoke with a lady in a shop and her favourite programme was New Tricks! We chatted for a while about the BBC shows she buys on Amazon and we told her about our trip. Then she gave Rick a cap to wear on the 4th July ...
... bit of humor or tongue in cheek touch. Other than the photos that highlight Florence/Karen/Richard, the sample photos I've included show my particular (peculiar?) preferences.
The second sculpture park is Shidoni (Navajo word used when greeting a friend): "8 acres of sculpture gardens and bronze art foundry situated along the Rio Tesuque on ...
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