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... included a duende (goblin-like creature, familiar to all the native Santa Fe audience members, mysterious to us) and Santa Nina. The girls also spent what seemed like an eternity making marionettes of their own, sitting cheek by jowl with dozens of other kids equally entranced by the potential of pipe cleaners, beads, and string. The main distinguishing feature between our kids and the rest: so many of the others sported ...
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I chatted to the store owner about my philosophy of letting kids get hands on with fossils, how my collection had grown from its humble beginnings and how it was getting herder to find unique and interesting fossils. As we chatted we wandered back into the mineral room, where specimen prices suited my budget, and began to survey the meteorite collection. After much searching I left the store with a Tatahouine meteorite and an ...
... 1829, just eight years after Mexico had gained independence from Spain, Antonio Armijo led a caravan of 60 men and 100 pack mules from what we call Santa Fe, the then provincial capital of New Mexico, to the Mission San Gabriel in California, east of Los Angeles. The journey took about 12 weeks to reach California and six weeks to return.
They were following part of the route established by the 1776 Dominguez - Escalante Expedition. That early group had taken ...
The Land of Enchantment is well, enchanting. It am inspired by the landscape, the architecture, the colors, the light. And, of course, the chili verde.
I won't say much about Santa Fe. Amazing place. Bring money.
I fell in love with the architecture which the city fathers said must adhere to the southwestern style. The food is great, They need more local brews.
... the carpenter was St. Joseph.
The story has been told through a 1998 movie, The Staircase with Barbara Hersey, Dianne Ladd, and William Petersen. And, here is a link you might be interested in. http://www.lorettochapel.com/history.ht ml
As for the chapel, it is beautiful with its Stations of the Cross sculptures. Very spiritual experience. And, the staircase is just amazing. If ever in Santa Fe, ...