Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Los Alamos Entrada Park
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... we head to Taos after a Wal-Mart Stop now that we were able to defrost our refrigerator.
I do want to say that from our campsite we could see in the distance especially before sunset a set fire in Pecos. It was not near us but the sky was filled with smoke and the sun bright red. At times we could even smell smoke. The rangers had checked with everyone about this and it was not a problem. There was another fire to our north where ...
... 10 am, 12 pm, and 3 pm. If something blew up at any other time, the children would worry about their parents.
We are headed to Abuiqui tomorrow morning. Abuiqui is where Georgia Okeeffe lived and worked and then on to Ghost Ranch where she also did many paintings. Then we shall turn West again and head toward Arizona. There is so much to see in New Mexico I do believe I will have to come back again.
Talk to you tomorrow.
Rita & Jens
... The Fuller Lodge was originally built for the Boys' Ranch and used as a dining hall (designed by famed architect John Gaw Meem) is a massive vertical log structure built in 1928. It now serves as the Fuller Lodge Art Center and is a venue for art, performances, and special community meetings.
OK, now the rest of our day. We saw a sign in front of the Bradbury Science Museum which said, "Tour The Atomic City" Buffalo Tours by Georgia ...
... Tsankawi is the site of an old Indian settlement atop one such mesa. We walked along some dusty paths in the warm morning sun, with snowcapped mountains in the distance until we reached the foot of the mesa where there was a ladder to climb up the steep first section.
The trail then continued in a loop along the top of the plateau and back down via another ladder passing ruins of the village, scattered pieces of broken pottery, cave dwellings and ...
... to see the cliff dwelling in Frijoles Canyon and, unlike Montezuma's wall in Arizona, we were told that wherever we see a ladder we are welcome to climb it. To someone who would scale the tallest trees in her neighbourhood when small this was a welcome invitation. These dwellings were amazing, built into the rock, known as Tuff, by the native Indians. We climbed up into dwellings and down into Kivas - round community dwellings always accessed by the ...
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