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... we had, even with the two bikes loaded. Chris was there to see us off.
Our first stop was in Pueblo, Colorado, to have coffee with Richard and Maura. As hot as the weather was when we said goodbye to them, little did we know how hot it was to get the next day.
We had planned to camp out our first night on the road. We didn't have a ...
... but at the same time was extremely enjoyable.
Lessons so far have been good. We have a great benefit because we are getting one on one training everyday, not only the vocal aspect, but the diction and language as well.
We also have been spoiled having a professional psychologist from England giving us lectures. Alma Thomas, a previous Olympian competitor ...
... to Anne, who had flown from Canada to see us (via San Francisco to see her mother for her 80th birthday). After a spectacular drive we arrived in Taos, where we wandered around the plaza in the old town before a delicious dinner.
We have decided to spend more time here and in northern New Mexico generally and skip the south to avoid too much driving and to see things in more depth. Tomorrow we're going to a ...
... 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.
... abounds with the Taos
Pueblo, Kit Carson Museum, Hacienda de Las Martinez, and Saint Francis de Asis
On past trips through New Mexico I only visited Taos Pueblo
and stopped briefly to walk around the Plaza. I feel like I didn’t take it in
fully as I did this time around spending most of two days in the area. I’m
thinking Taos is a place I could probably happily live if I could afford the
expensive real estate.