Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort
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... for independent/alternative communities, and the birth place of the so-called "Earthship homes" (a movement started in the early 70s), which are built mostly from recycling material like cans, bottles, tires, and constructed to be fully self-sufficient (with solar energy, growing foods inside, recycled water etc.). The construction looks very out-of-space, in the middle of the ...
... Santa Fe. What a lovely town, so liveable, so tranquil. Later we traverse Albuquerque, and for all the Bugs Bunny fans, we do turn left! Evening finds us in Gallup, NM at the Fire Rock Navajo Indian Casino. Boy there are more Indians here than Gen. Custer faced at the Little Big Horn. It seemed the whole Navajo nation was here and we were certainly in the minority, but we had a great time as there were very friendly and hospitable to us. Bye for now Wazza & ...
... yellow short kayak with a guide in it was performing for us by flipping forward into the water and coming back up. It was fun to watch!
We tried to see the San Francisco De Asis Church on Sunday and Monday but both days the parking lot was full because of construction around it and part of the church was roped off. This church was built in 1772 and has twin bell towers Ansel Adams and Georgia O'Keeffe made the church famous ...
... in on such occasions. More intimidating, however, was the idea that it was a camping wedding three hours from home. Attending this wedding required a commitment akin to marriage, in my opinion. I would be trapped in the wilderness with people I barely knew, sleeping on the ground in a tent for the first time in twenty years. I rode there with my friend Liza's boyfriend, Jeremy. We chatted and had a good ride down, he smoked weed as we entered ...
... back into the car, Jeff said it well: "Everything we just saw and read is the same stuff as on the website". Yes, it's a treat to see it in person. Yes, it's an amazing and simple idea. The bummer is that they don't let you get up close or even go into a building, besides the visitor's center. Nor are you allowed onto a building site for liability reasons. You basically see the inside of the visitor center which ...