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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
... there were a few horses in the yards ... and a zebra! Cruised along the road, veering east as a group of pick-ups went passed. Short time later we crossed the Canon Largo creek bed and then entered Apache Reservation land and passed the Lindrith gas pumping station, sticking pretty close to the original Trail. Today there is a lot of infrastructure along the valley, all of it part of the San Juan Basin oil Field.
Picked up (Dirt Road) DR7, which parallels ...
... American War, purchase of NM, AZ, CA, NV by US for $5 million in 1846. Became a state in 1912 (47th). Real shame - can you imagine the US without California? But, I digress. Then, the tour got ugly :-) Went up Canyon Road, at least one mile solid of VERY upscale art galleries. I watched Jane's face. Of course, when the tour was over, we lunched, then went back to Canyon Road. I must admit, ...
... Santa Fe for the second day, I decided I was over the tourist thing and just headed for Denver so I could be with Frankki and Kit. Ready for a people fix again.
So when people ask me how I liked Santa Fe, I tell them it was nice, but I was not in the mood so I know I did not do it justice with my visit. I will have to go back another time.
Things I learned about myself:
It is OK to feel sad, that I am in the midst ...
... purchases and restaurants that would tempt an anorexic. So here we go:-
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So we were in the Georgia O'keeffe Museum when a woman admired my outfit. Of course we got to talking and she is from LA. What do you think the first question I asked? Do you play Mah Jongg? Guess what? I have a game in LA.
Santa Fe is a little oasis in a very poor state. The people are lovely, the ambiance is exceptional but they drive like maniacs.
We went to Canyon Road which houses the most beautiful ...