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I cant believe it has been nearly two weeks since our last entry! Things have been extremely busy here, and time has certainly flown by. I will do my best to give a quick recap on all the happenings going on.
Last week, during my French week and Olivers German week, we had a masterclass with the English psychologist Alma Thomas. I actually had to sing in this masterclass, and it was a little nerve racking because none of the singers had heard any of us sing before. So I was ...
... high enough to see little spots of snow and moss covering the trees!
After practicing our music in the evening, we attended the first concert that the Opera Institute prepared. They brought in what they call the "Cantos de Taos" singers, and they performed a number of pieces from various operas. We even got to hear some of our teachers sing, which was a nice treat!
And now we are just preparing ...
... speed. He skied the white feather run today. Sean had another 2 hr private lesson with Tony. He's getting more comfortable on his skies, and is really good at keeping his skies parallel. After his lesson, Sean skied with daddy. They both had fun, but Sean was really tired. Then, we all went to resort center for lunch. ...
A few objects which would take a whole day of driving to accomplish. Just how many hours, I don't know. But it would be for many miles. I just told Pooh that we would drive to Taos and eat lunch out. I never said what time we would be back.
We bummed around in the morning and left the campground around 10:15. Our first stop would be about an hour and a half away at a critically acclaimed restaurant called Ranchero de Chimayo. We drove past Santa Fe and took what was ...
... Mexico and South America than anything else in this
Taos Pueblo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of rather
few in the U.S. that are not national parks or other natural areas. The Pueblo
can only be visited on a guided tour. Apparently, visitors are allowed to
attend some of the Pueblo’s religious ceremonies and celebrations but pictures
aren’t allowed then.