Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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Really a wonderful stay and comfy beds - quiet and of course staying in an adobe inn out west was quite special to me.
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Hi everyone. Well here we are in the true old west, as that's what Santa Fe is. Very inviting with all the adobe haciendas and the chili peppers hanging around. At this time we're getting ready to start on our way home and it will be leisurely I'd say. We are so enjoying this trip and while I get a bit weary as I'm the elder gal here, it passes and …
... architectural forms, has identified the area as "O’Keeffe Country."
She continued painting and working in charcoals and pencils until her eyesight began failing her and she could no longer paint. She died in 1986 at the age of 98.
After my visit I walked back to the Plaza to find the rest of the group. Judy hadn’t surfaced yet, so I wandered among the Native American artists who were displaying ...
... s museum next on the itinerary. Much more interesting than i had anticipated as i had not heard of this internationally renowned American artist. Starting with a film about her life helped and her artwork amazingly skillfully executed. She was very prolific finishing about 2000 pieces of work of which the museum owned 1500. Her work is at the NSW art gallery and maybe at other places in Australia too. She was born in 1987 and died 1986 at the age of ...
... men were recognised when Bill Clinton presented the Congressional Medal of Honour to the surviving 4 of the original 29 code talkers.
Amazing stuff, eh?
If you'd like to read about it in more detail, just go to:-
Official Site of the Navajo Code Talkers
Code talker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia
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... is located within piņon, juniper, and ponderosa pine woodlands in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The odor was wonderful. There are remains of Pecos peoples' pueblos. And of course, there are remains of a Spanish, 17th century church.
And the last stop of the day was Santa Fe, capitol of New Mexico. ...