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... to ask some other visitors where the campground was.
As we were setting up camp, we met a young couple that had taken the campsite next to ours. Cody and Catherine were on their own adventure, having just moved from Connecticut to Austin, Texas a couple of weeks previous. Joining us for dinner and drinks at our campsite, ...
... entire group, and got to learn the ropes about the program and what to expect. The program's main focus is to focus on "YOU". "YOU" as a singer, as a person, and an overall musician. We are looking forward to this and can't wait for it to finally begin tomorrow!
We start Zumba workout at 8:00am and lessons throughout the day! Hopefully it will prove to be fulfilling and a wonderful experience (which Im sure it will)!
... there is no wind, and it is sunny and clear. The kids slept great tonight.
Wednesday-Ryan had a group lesson. He wanted to do all day like yesterday. He had a good time, and is working on hockey stops. Sean had a 2 hr private lesson with his instructor Tony. Sean has decided that he wants to move to Taos and ski ...
... out something about the city and lets explore it.
The evening was great. Tao drove us to the historic center of Santa Fe and showed us around a bit. We went to the oldest building in the city and to the main plaza before we all made our own way from there. Liz, Ellie and I walked a bit around to see the buildings before we hit the shops for a bit of souvenir hunting. I did found another ...
I really believe you haven’t been to New Mexico until you’ve
seen Taos Pueblo, a place I find completely fascinating. I visited once before
with my parents on a trip from Colorado to New Mexico in 1999 but was eager to
see it again on this trip. The gist is that Taos Pueblo is believed to be the
oldest continuously inhabited place in the United States, a village at the edge