Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Alex! Some chatzki, souvenir and tee shirt stores and upscale stores, like Nambe and Patagonia. We also decided to gas up the car, so we could head out in the morning, and headed to Smith's where we found out yesterday that I got Kroger gas points. So, we got $.10 off per gallon at Smith's!!!! Guess we get pleased by the littlest things! Well, we were going to go to Taos Pueblo, one of the few running Pueblo communities ...
... 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 ...
... ditch Taos and head to Bandelier National Park early, so with a few hours of daylight left in the evening we got a quick hike in to see some of the cliff dwellings. Stayed at the one campsite in the area that was open, because the other side was closed down due to a (per their website) "problem bear," rather than the "no problem" bears common to the area.
... starts trembling, and the vibrations become more and more. In my minds eye I wondered who designed the bridge, and if they remembered to tie all the bolts tight. Was this engineer once a student that slept through class after a hard night of partying, or maybe it was one of those that missed a class because it started at 8 am. How do they plan for all the vibrations when the trucks drive over the bridge? Naturally Johan saw my fear, ...
... in a small French pastry shop which serves wonderful crepes, then split again to continue our afternoon. Mike J and I found the local library, where I managed to catch up on some major blog writing and Mike settled in a comfortable corner for a few hours, reading John Steinbeck's Life In Letters and the introduction to James Baldwin's collected non-fiction. We were both immersed in our favourite ways of relaxing.