Sitzmark Lodge

Address: 416 West Main, Red River, New Mexico, 87558, United States | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Red River

    Order out of Taos (sorry)

    A travel blog entry by johntrip2015 on Sep 27, 2015

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    ... the Taos Pueblo. It felt very weird to walking around on someone's land, endlessly photograhing their actual houses (the ones they really live in) as if they were artefacts or objects. I felt quite creeped out. But I did wander about and take those photos. I did not go into any of the 'stores' (houses opened to sell things to tourists) and left quite quickly.

    I am still not sure what tomorrow brings - I will likely head ...


    A travel blog entry by cariverga on Oct 24, 2013

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    ... 1072;с 90;ую испан 89;кая, и люди – мекси 82;ашки, и повсю 76;у – повсю 76;у(!) – бурри 90;ос.

    Дальш 77; ...

    85. The New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on May 08, 2013

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    ... way.

    Outside Taos, we drive the bridge that crosses Rio Grande Gorge, and spot a couple of trophy mountain goats. Itīs impressive and Blair reckons canīt be much smaller than the Grand Canyon. Just past the gorge we happen upon the Earthship Bio Community. A sustainability project, earthships are off-the-grid homes built entirely from natural and recycled materials. Costing little to build and with ...

    Day 11 - Taos - New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by traceystravels on Oct 23, 2012

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    ... only two days ago at Monument Valley I heard all about his involvement in the capture and imprisonment of the Navajo people. During his time as a Army officer he was responsible for instituting a scorched earth policy burning Navajo fields and homes and either stealing or killing their livestock in order to starve the Navajo people and force them into submission. In 1864 he forced 8000 Navajo to march 300 miles to Fort Sumner, New Mexico (known as "the ...

    Taos and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jan 19, 2012

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    ... and then reported that the chef would make a special meal, New Mexican, gluten free just for me. So I had a trout fillet with a cream/chili top and corn/small squash/chilies and cheese. We drank an entire bottle of New Mexico champagne with dinner.

    This morning after a breakfast of chili stew from another favorite restaurant we went off to the Picuris Pueblo. This pueblo is off of the high road between Taos and Santa Fe, a road we have often wanted ...

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