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... the Taos Pueblo. It felt very weird to walking around on someone's land, endlessly photograhing their actual houses (the ones they really live in) as if they were artefacts or objects. I felt quite creeped out. But I did wander about and take those photos. I did not go into any of the 'stores' (houses opened to sell things to tourists) and left quite quickly.
I am still not sure what tomorrow brings - I will likely head ...
... walked around and visited the Kit Carson home and museum. Asked if our national parks pass could be used here. No, but they took another dollar off the $6 admission for each of us. Woohoo! Learned a lot about Kit Carson who was born in Madison County, Kentucky and was a mountain man, guide, explorer, and a Mason. He, in fact, was a founding member of the Masons in the Taos Lodge. Kit Carson was a beloved resident of ...
... 40 miles north to Questa. If you continue north from Questa, it heads into the Wild River BLM Recreational Area with more camping and rafting. There is also the Valle Vidal unit of the Carson National Forest up there, which was once the huge Maxwell Land Grand with over two million acres. This area offers superb views of vast open spaces, high Rocky Mountain peaks, wildlife (Elk and wild birds) and reminders of the early ...
... The Alley Cantina. Fun world beat music, interesting conversations with other patrons and employees.
Next morning we went in search of some good coffee, free wi-fi, and the perfect breakfast burrito.
We found a great off the wall place that was still excentric enough to remind us of the creativity that Taos is famous for :
... was the correct one to drive on she decided I could be the navigator, probably wise. We went to the Taos Pueblo, the oldest continually inhabited community in the country. Native Indians still live in these dwellings as they originally existed, but as they remain without power and other modern conveniences it tends to be more the elders that continue to live here rather than the younger generations, though the younger generations do still live ...