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... 8211; 1550. We climbed into the few with simple pine ladders made of whole branches/trees. There were a long wall of dwellings they called the "Long House", where you could see the remains of the cave homes, and holes where pine logs had once supported shelters or roofs. Way high up on the face of the cliffs were rock art drawings of birds, dogs, people and designs. Amazing that they are still there after all these years, especially ...
... the Taos Pueblo perform some traditional social dance and drumming, they had fantastic costumes and have performed as far away as Japan. We capped off our evening with beer and a snack at the Taos Ale House located a paltry 200 meters from our lodgings! They had a very unusual but entertaining band performing while we were there; they were kind of like Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks with additional wacky percussion and a saw player thrown in for good measure!
... 2 hours, they enjoyed it to the very last person. There is a lot of talented singers here, and we have definitely bonded with a few of them.
This previous week, our second week in Taos, was a new language with a new set of teachers. This week my language was German, and Oliver's was English. I can already tell that both of us are improving both vocally and with our stage presence.
Our special guest this week was Buck Ross, who is the stage director for many ...
... we also received our schedule breakdown. Our days throughout the week will mostly look like this:
Exercise in the morning (Yoga, Zumba, Hiking, etc)
Special Sessions (Guest Artists, Psychologists, and other special guests)
Performances (Spread out through the week)
We came having to learn a piece in each language (English, Italian, German, and French), and each ...
... National Park. The first part was beautiful like a colorful version of the Badlands in SD. Then, we saw native american petriglyphs. We saw lots of petrified trees. The trees were in a flood plain, and the logs were washed into the flood plain by rivers. Then they became petrified. They are many beautiful colors. Then, we ...