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We got to see several dancers. My favorite is the Eagle dance. The Pueblo's believed that the Eagle carries all our prayers to the great spirit. The dancer became the Eagle as he danced. The other dancers were all in the same family.
As a member of the Order of the Arrow, I was on several dance teams that competed at state. Navajo dances were used by both our Tampa lodge and the Miami lodge, So a lot ...
... the century and more recent decades. There was also a display of Indian jewellery. We then headed back near our hotel to the Old town, centred around a Central Park. Here we walked around and were disappointed to find only boutiques and shops, different from Sante Fe where there were other cultural items nearby that you could explore. With the heat zapping our energy and with no interest in galleries or more souvenier shops, we headed back to the car. ...
Weather reports from last night predicted it would likely be too windy for the morning balloon launch.
When Dave opened the bedroom door and announced the balloons would fly, it was the most excitement I'd seen at 5:45AM in a long time!
Because the wind was border line for launching, today the balloons didn't launch in the normal mass ascension. Balloons launched in waves. Many of the ...
... out any action for Cinco de Mayo. There wasn't much going on and we couldn't even get a margarita at the Haciendo del Rio because the were in the midst of renewing their liquor license! After a late lunch we returned back to the resort and ...
... them for a long time, just lost in the"glow."
And then...it was over.
The weekend was an unforgettably and "up-lifting" experience…and it was wonderful to share it with our new extended family. I also want to thank Shona. The CF card from my camera was corrupted, so Shona provided me with her photos of the Evening Glow.
Stay tuned for tomorrow...