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Today we say goodbye to Santa Fe. That's a bit sad, because we love it here.
The girls have never-ending fun in the arroyo in my parents' vast backyard. It's a great setting for Lorelei to play out her current fixation with Power Rangers, and for Alyssa to fantasize about horses running free. They get so dirty that they make wild animals look clean by comparison. This may be the ...
... and styles, thus creating the "Santa Fe style". Today Santa Fe is a vibrant cultural, historical and artistic tourist destination.
After obtaining directions from a friendly local we eventually found our way to the Touchstone gallery. I was in heaven; on display were lots of fossils and minerals, triceratops horns, mammoth tusks, and many large mineral display pieces. I wandered around the gallery for several minuets, like a confused kid in ...
... fill the streets.
*The majority of waitresses are rude and dismissive. Eye contact with them is rare.
*Specialty smoking stores are everywhere - cigarettes, tobacco and cigars are really cheap, a 20 pack of Marlborough is $6.00. There are NO warnings on the packs, but strangely we haven't seen many people smoking.
*There are ...
June 27th – July 5th - Santa Fe Skies RV Park #87 – Santa Fe, New Mexico
We arrived at the Santa Fe campground to temperatures in the high 90's with a nice steady wind blowing. I knew we’d been away from civilization too long as I almost got giddy searching out a dog groomer for Maggie, a beautician for me and all ...
... could be used for anything fried, not just Rellenos.
The school is close enough to walk from our hotel in the southwest and then another 5 minutes after class to the east is the Plaza. We walked to the Plaza for a tour thru the Governors Palace and coffee. Our feet were tired and we were stuffed but coffee on a cold afternoon was good.
The Governors Palace was an interesting place, built in the 1600’s. We’d visited it years ago but had forgotten much ...