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... style -- itchy-looking but very fashionable knit sweaters and other hippy chic. Ours wore sweat pants covered in dirt from earlier play in the backyard arroyo.
After the art museum we re-fueled with typical New Mexican food at a plaza restaurant. Jonathan and I got our fix of local cuisine, and I was tickled to see both girls enjoy some mildy spicy food. That warmed us up, and then it was back outside into the cold ...
... from an Ankylosaur.
After leaving the store I walked around Santa Fe and dreamt about relocating, marry a kind hearted Midwest farmers' daughter, purchasing a big black American pick-up and opening a fossil shop in the historic plaza. Its true, Santa Fe is a city for dreamers!
We sat in the Plaza for a while and listened to a musician before min-afternoon thunder forced us back to our Ford faraday cage and on to the safety of the motel room.
... a must see.
We also walked by the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. When they built the church, they didn’t complete it due to a lack of funding. You can see that there are no steeples.
We had lunch today at Palacio Café for our last New Mexican meal. Chicken enchiladas for me (no rice and beans for me), and huevos rancheros for Dick. What a great meal!
When we met Mike ...
... was the first of many reservations we would pass through today. Some included Navajo, Apache, and Mountain Ute. There are also many pueblos along the road. I later discovered that pueblo means town so these are towns peopled by a variety of Native American tribes and clans. So instead of Jimez Township for example, they are called Jimez Pueblo.
As we drove down into the valley from ...
... dictates that all buildings within this 300-acre area adhere to design guidelines that are spelled out in detail. This ordinance not only affected the city of Santa Fe, it led the way toward sensitive preservation of historic districts throughout the United States. And, the strict adherence to “tradition” drew criticism, as well.
Meem designed a number of important buildings in Santa Fe; also on the University of New Mexico Campus and throughout New ...