Sun God Lodge
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People have lived in and around Taos for centuries, providing a rich history of survival along the foothills of the Sangre de Christo mountains. During our visit, we learned about early inhabitants, visited with current residents, and explored an experimental, futuristic development called Earthship.
The Taos Pueblo, is the oldest, continuously inhabited community in the US. The two multi-storied adobe housing structures of the pueblo are thought to be more than ...
... 8211; 1550. We climbed into the few with simple pine ladders made of whole branches/trees. There were a long wall of dwellings they called the "Long House", where you could see the remains of the cave homes, and holes where pine logs had once supported shelters or roofs. Way high up on the face of the cliffs were rock art drawings of birds, dogs, people and designs. Amazing that they are still there after all these years, especially ...
... Hopefully I will see a show on the completed stage in the future.
This morning we had a communal Thanksgiving breakfast with our housemates and it was delicious! We invited all the interns over to the HIVE tonight for a Thanksgiving potluck dinner. Myk made a delicious pumpkin soup and Mallory made cookies. I am very excited to feast before starting to diet for the ayahuasca ceremonies.
The most impactful information that I received this month, was a ...
... from which she bought her adjoining property, has become a conference and learning center run by the Presbyterian Church, with broad offerings in the arts. Their lodging facilities included the campground where we stayed for our last night amidst pinyon pines and junipers. This place is unbelievably beautiful; the red rocks that inspired many of O'Keeffe's paintings inspired us as well, and I could imagine returning there to experience it ...
... includes land that was once Spanish land grants and Pueblo Indian villages.
The first town we stopped in was Chimayo. This was the site of Santuario de Chimayo, built in the early 19th century and supposedly the site of many miracles. The town was built for pilgrims and tourists alike, with visitor centers, well maintained parking and gift shops. But the churches themselves (there were at least four ...