Knights Inn Las Vegas NM
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- Continental Breakfast
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... which is subtly different, I suppose from the Sante Fe International Museum of Folk Art - oh how those commitees must have debated this one - I love art and I love artists, but artists' organizations - and I have been part of a couple - are strange beasts indeed.)
But I digress.
The museum, oddly, charged me $9 to enter, because I was from "out of state". If I had lied about my origin, I would have paid a mere $6. I felt vaguely punished (and ...
... WPA (Work Progress Administration: http://www.theartstory.org/org-wpa.htm) was one part of Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal program that put millions of people to work in a variety of public works projects during the height of the Great Depression.
The artwork by half-a-dozen local artists is displayed in the K-12 school library. Landscapes to still life and portraits exhibit a range of interests and talent that still draws occasional ...
... bummed because he's missing his tennis but we have lots of movies. There were a lot of freight trains rumbling by our campground. At times it was so noisy it sounded like they were headed for our motor home. But I like trains and enjoy the symphony of the tracks. In the evening we were entertained by a fierce thunder and lightning storm off in the distance. I have never seen so many lightning bolts - one after another! It was quite a show and lasted a long ...
... the interstate halfway to Montoya via a dirt underpass which I understand in wet weather becomes impassible. Newkirk, between Montoya and Cuervo, has almost no inhabitable buildings left and after the interstate cut Cuervo in two, one half survived and the other died. The run to Santa Rosa is on interstate but the route through the town is very pleasant with lots of prosperity along Route 66. I visited the Blue Hole which is a ...
... In the absence of any, America is best enjoyed by car and viewed from a car. It’s a drive-through country. Its true monuments are its landscapes.
We encountered one exception not far from Santa Fe: the Santuario de Chimayo, a charming Catholic church, built in the nineteenth century in adobe brick, the poor man’s breezeblock. The altar and other devotional paintings are in the Mexican naive tradition, but what makes this little church such a ...