Black Mountain Lodge
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We drove the Enchanted Circle yesterday and these are a few of the pictures that I took. It was cloudy and rained on us a little. Had lunch in Taos at a Mexicsn resturant and then went grocery shopping. Real exciting but on Monday we were driving back from Mike and Kristin's and stopped for gas in ...
We arrived Thursday afternoon around 1:00 June 12,2014. Weather is beautiful. Highs in the high 60's, lows 70's. Did have a storm Friday but didn't last long. Went on a hike Sunday morning and then drove into Taos for groceries and supplies. Temps at night are in the ...
... by our friend Carol who built her own home out of straw bales. Jen then found out about Arco Santi, and we did a tour and stayed the night at their facility north of Phoenix last year. Houses built out of tires was always in the back of our minds, but it was so far from Tucson that it seemed unattainable. Another friend went so far as to take a workshop directed by the Garbage Warrior himself. Excited, and ...
We visited the Grand Canyon - at the risk of stating the obvious its bloody deep and simply huge, we didn't do any of the hikes as they involved going down which has the negative effect of having to come back up in the heat. Quite breathtaking if it weren't for the tourists. To drive to the Northern rim of the canyon which is quieter would have taken literally 3 hours, so we didn't.
We stayed in a pretty basic motel to see Monument Valley in ...
... maintain ownership and return for ceremonial days. Our guide also mentioned that some members return in the winter when tourism has diminished. She also talked about how they struggle to maintain a balance with their traditional way of life and the pressures of the modern world. The pueblo reflects the past, they have chosen not to have indoor plumbing or electricity, and they continue to get their drinking water from ...
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