Budget Host Inn Taos

Address: 1798 Paseo del Pueblo Sur (Highway 68), Ranchos De Taos, New Mexico, 87557, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1798 Paseo del Pueblo Sur (Highway 68), Ranchos De Taos, is near Pueblo Balloon Company, Carson National Forest, Latir Peak Wilderness Area, and Cruces Basin Wilderness.
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Travel Blogs from Ranchos De Taos

Dropped the ball in Mesa Verde

A travel blog entry by roganna on Oct 05, 2010

3 comments, 8 photos

... this morning to get a glimpse. Sigh. ****.

Anyway, our route for today had us going to Taos, New Mexico, which also has an ancient Puebloan village ... so some consolation. We are in an area with a lot of ruins. When Roger originally suggested we go thru Taos, I thought it was just so that he could brag about it to Uncle Big Guy (brother-in-law Roger who, when we mentioned we may go thru New Mexico on this ...

Digging Ditches

A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on May 10, 2010

1 comment

... Then the three of us walked up another ditch and met the water coming down. The acequia system is pretty complicated there. Jeff has a stretch of the water system he is in charge of maintaining. Then we went back to the farm and decided to finish our other task for the day after the wind died down in the afternoon. I had another quesadilla (I seem to eat in themes...), and some water (It's hard to drink enough water ...

Five Museums in Five Hours

A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on May 09, 2010

... vibraphone. I knocked and called but he didn't answer so I decided to write another entry. He finally came out and moved for me and I got to the Harwood Museum at 10:45. I found out it didn't open until noon on Sunday but I found an open network and ate some bread with peanut butter. Then I walked around an old part of town nearby, where some of the first residents lived. La Loma Plaza was lovely. I saw a couple churches and mostly ...

Party Pooper

A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on May 08, 2010

... He told me about their plans for the day and I wished I could join them.

Jeff set Annie and Victor to leveling and tilling the new garden we had outlined yesterday. I helped Jeff dig clots of clay out of an existing bed. Then he set me to bringing wheelbarrow loads of the manure over two three beds. It wasn't to bad and good for muscle-building. I hauled at least 13 loads. Jeff checked and helped with both jobs. At one point he told us that he had been ...

Horse Manure and Taos Pueblo

A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on May 07, 2010

1 comment

... The ground had so much clay in it, which made it difficult. Jeff is really good at showing his appreciation though. He is such a cool, fun guy. If Eric's (Le Vin) phrase was, "In a perfect world...," Jeff's was, "It's not very glamorous, but..."

We finished at 9:45 and and took an internet break. Annie came right out and asked Tania about the food situation and so the food talk began. Basically, Tania frequently cooks for everyone ...