North Road Inn
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... this as a semi rest day - hence the killer day yesterday - as we had not seen a town or a shower for five days and just wanted to get settled and relax for the afternoon. In short, we both felt pretty strung out and just wanted one afternoon off to relax. We headed over the road to the art exhibition - there's lots of art around this area and an art studio tour on this week - and got talking to Jay, the lady who is organizing the exhibition in Abiquiu. When we said we ...
... along the Rio Grande River and then the Spanish conquistadors arrived and the rest is history.
We "discovered" many pictographs along the sheer canyon wall, including a distinctive sun and moon near the very top, some 300 feet above the canyon floor. We wondered: How was it carved there? What is the significance? A ranger told us that little is known about that specific petroglyph, but it does line up perfectly with an opening in the ceremonial ...
... lives who would have been otherwise lost.
This afternoon we drove up to Los Alamos to visit the historical museum that tells the story of the founding of Los Alamos and the Manhattan Project, where scientists developed the atomic bomb during World War II.
Los Alamos is located on a plateau in the Jemez Mountains that were created ...
... New Mexico Philharmonic Orchestra and the Russian pianist Olga Kern who played Rachmaninoff's 2nd Piano Concerto. After the intermission the orchestra played Tchaikovsky's 4th Symphony. The concert hall was packed with 1,800 people.
I had thoroughly enjoyed my 2 weeks at Diane's house, and it was sad to say goodbye. I drove north to Santa Fe and camped at the nearest KOA campground. Monday ...
... as us--the tourists).
The city center of Santa Fe is pretty unique. The stucco adobe houses--some of them authentic, others copies--all fit into a fabric of beige and brown, with the occasional wood detail painted pink or blue or yellow. There are old Spanish missions, several public parks, and swirls of narrow streets all leading to a circular plaza with a miniature obelisk at its center. This area was truly beautiful and ...