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... cheap" and “location” has invariably tipped towards the former but The Indian Hills Inn was an easy walk from town and they had one room with a King Size bed left. It was more expensive than anywhere we have stayed but we have been slumming it for the week and I felt the spirit of my darling uncle Peter nudge me from his new home in Naples.
LK: Taking advantage of being able to stroll into town, we looked around lots ...
... 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.
... patrol medic for Santa Fe Ski Resort
Abe was kind enough to be our guide on the Class IV section of the river named the "Racecourse" or also called the "Pilar" section of the river. The flow was 1,800 CFS. At this level the three major rapids are extremely fun!
The Racecourse has an excellent surf wave. It also has a terrifying Class IV+ rapid called Souse Hole. The Class IV+ ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...