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... of adhesion, but it was fun / thrilling.
Arrived Taos just after 11am, parked in a lot with a super friendly woman attendant who gave me a quick town orientation, told me where the public bathrooms, the plaza and the restuarants were and where the artsy craftsy stuff was happening, got me to put on sunblock and a hat and sent me off with a squeeze around the shoulders. Already I liked Taos, New Mexico.
May 22, 2015
From: Albuquerque, NM
To: Taos, NM
Riding Time: 2.5 hours
Today is finally the day that the entire BRB gang unites. We all agreed to meet at Thunderbird Harley in Albuquerque around 1:00 PM. Billy and Kim are flying in from Dulles International in DC and Cindy and Virginia are flying in from Ft. Myers. All are landing around 12:30 PM.
Meanwhile, I rode my bike to ...
... called “Lemon Cucumbers” – round and yellowish, but really tasty and fresh. There was a young gal selling her own glycerine soaps, infused with natural products, many of which she collects herself in the area – cinnamon, lemon & ginger, rose, sage & pine, rosemary & orange. She struck us as having her head in the right place – of course I would think that with my sensitivities! But, she’ ...
... running today as a tourist attraction. We took the train uphill, from Durango to Silverton and it took us 3 1/2 hours to cover 45 miles.
Silverton lies at 2800m altitude and our fleeces and jackets came out ! These days it’s a small historic town, preserving many of the buildings that were erected at the hight of gold mining more than 100 years ago.
After two days ...
... and keep the plants warm. Intuitively, it would seem like rocks at the bottom of a pond would have nothing to do with the health of the plants around the pond. However, Sepp has a great understanding of how natural systems work as a whole, so he can do quirky things like putting rocks at the bottom of his ponds, to make healthy ecosystems in any climate.
Chad and Sepp want to start a permaculture ecosystem in ...