Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort
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... walked around and visited the Kit Carson home and museum. Asked if our national parks pass could be used here. No, but they took another dollar off the $6 admission for each of us. Woohoo! Learned a lot about Kit Carson who was born in Madison County, Kentucky and was a mountain man, guide, explorer, and a Mason. He, in fact, was a founding member of the Masons in the Taos Lodge. Kit Carson was a beloved resident of ...
The invitation said it was to be hobo-hemian semi-formal. The wedding was my friend's sister, who, at six months pregnant, was marrying her sweetheart in an idyllic outdoor tent on a colleague's ranch in Mora, New Mexico. I will admit I was reluctant ago. Since my own divorce, I have had a very strong ambivalence towards weddings, fighting the overwhelming cynicism I feel alongside the girlie romantic heart-flutterings that many women ...
... was Diana Nyad, the woman who recently attempted for the 4th time to swim from Florida to Cuba. Mark Solliinger, one of the riders, had co-ordinated her support team. She's amazing! She's 63 and even though she didn't make the crossing due to being stung by jelly fish, stormy weather etc she spent 42 hours in the water. She is an inspirational elite endurance ...
In the meantime, it was still hot; not stiflingly so but hot enough for short sleeves. We drove on to Taos heading for a great motel that we had stayed in last trip. Typically we couldn't remember what it was called only that you could walk into town from there. The rooms were laid out around grass, they were adobe and had fireplaces in the rooms. It had a laid-back atmosphere, evocative of ...
... this morning to get a glimpse. Sigh. ****.
Anyway, our route for today had us going to Taos, New Mexico, which also has an ancient Puebloan village ... so some consolation. We are in an area with a lot of ruins. When Roger originally suggested we go thru Taos, I thought it was just so that he could brag about it to Uncle Big Guy (brother-in-law Roger who, when we mentioned we may go thru New Mexico on this ...