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... a "museum" of the old mining tools, which I think haven't been moved from where they were last used since the 1800s.
From here to Santa Fe for a super quick stroll through the plaza to check out the amazingly talented Navajo jewelers that sit on the sidewalk selling their wares.
And then...the road to Taos, where (as you can see below) the views grew tremendously as we approached the mountains and the Rio ...
... the land is grand.
And who would have thought that I'd owe it all to Tulsa?
Yet, I think I will go for a ride, simply because we may never pass this way again.
My eyes are on the horizon, on my way to Amarillo, a little West Texas town.
Turn the porch light on. Panhandle lights.
I'll get my fill, because we may never pass this way again.
A hundred miles ...
... of Santa Fe's, but for now it feels oddly out-of-place and a bit too eagerly neophile-gone-native to feel honest or authentic. Give it time, I say.
On the whole, Santa Fe was an amazing experience. Beautiful vistas, great food, and a totally singular environment. However, needing to move on, we forged up the steep incline of the Sangre de Christo Mountains. From there, the weather performed a dramatic and unfriendly turn. ...
... turn 75 on the 4th of June. He lived up in the mountains behind Santa Fe and told me about the birds and animals - especially coyotes (some of whom he was wearing?) - who visited him regularly. Doc took his hat off momentarily to show me that although his beard might be shot with grey his hair was still a rich brown, no dye, no fear. He had been born in Kenya and had lived in Santa Fe since arriving as a young man of 24. Doc had come to town in the hope that he ...
... greatly to envision the way it looked in its prime. Another factor that enhanced the experience is that the fort is surrounded by miles and miles of prairie, devoid of civilization and commercialization ... looking and feeling much the way it must have 150 years ago.
Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos, NM provided an especially wonderful opportunity to explore how the ancestral Pueblo People lived. Archeologists think the ...