Casitas de Taos
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... br> We went back out in the early evening-- traffic was much lighter, so that was better. Our first stop was at St. Francisco de Asis church, a beautiful adobe church close by. It was closed so we only walked around but such a peaceful spot! Then, we drove out to the Taos ski area -- more unbelievable views and a chance for a short hike ...
... into one of those little shops that are filled with lavender and spice only this is a smell all around mixed with a fresh mountain air. It smells so good. You want to bottle it up. This morning we just vegged. Layed like broccoli. I don't know what that means. This afternoon, we drove into the town of Taos, about five or ten minutes away. Neat little town filled with restaurants, art galleries and little shops. Such a cute town. We realize that Taos is "up ...
... www.http://earthship.com/community ) is a community dedicated to sustainable living by using recycled and natural building materials, recapturing and recycling water, and using renewable energy to power the homes scattered over 350 acres west of Taos. Homes are typically built into hillsides. The walls are reinforced with recycled tires filled with compacted earth. The concept has captured the imagination of communities around the world and Earthship ...
... range coming through to Taos was really high and really cold! So many trees and vegetation, at some points it was just like travelling in the hills of B.C. Totally unexpected! Loving that there is not much traffic – at some times we have the highway to ourselves for long periods of time. Makes for great sightseeing, and we don’t get slowed down. We came through towns Cortez, CO., Shiprock and Farmington, ...
... as well as humbled by this whole experience. Who knew there were so many amazing people out there with the same desire to do better for themselves and their community.
My hope is to return here someday to educate further. I can't help but feel there are infinite opportunities for growth here in Taos. From community dinners, to late night hot spring adventures and the countless hours just being together. I will hold every moment spent here delicately and appreciate them always.
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