King's Rest Court
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Ever since I first experienced being inside an adobe home during a brief visit to Santa Fe back in 1978, I have wanted to live in one. Their lack of straight edges and soft rounded corners, kiva fireplaces [usually built into a corner of the room]... I imagine it to be the closest thing to being inside of a womb. This studio "casita" is in-vogue with the current "Tiny House" movement of today. The kitchenette is probably closer to that of a "camper". I have a hot plate, ...
... my check in information and key to the room would be waiting for me.
No problem. I again looked for another flight where I would land during the day and found one and booked it right away. I would be landing about 4:30pm instead of midnight. The original flight was a non-refundable one so I lost money on that. I thought of all kinds of reasons to try and get my money refunded. I had purchased travel insurance but the reason ...
... New Mexico home, big and spacious with four bedrooms. However, there are only two beds. We were not amused by this fact obviously, the two bedless rooms having only futons in. Ruth and Hayley have taken them for now, but they really are uncomfortable. The beds themselves aren’t much better, really hard mattresses and half the lights don’t work. But we will make do, and in the end we have a roof over our heads and on the plus side of ...
... heading up was getting more and more crowded and we were very glad we chose to go early. Went and had breakfast at one of our favorite locations; the Teahouse, then a chair massage at Whole Foods and then home.
Glad we went when we did because a storm blew in with heavy wind and the trees lost their leaves. Now time for winter to set in!
... Spanish Trail along Canada Largo before we hit the blacktop at H537 and turned north to cross the creek (a favoured deer crossing point of the road as they move along the valley, by the looks of the warning signs and lights) and then turned back onto gravel to parallel the original trail once more as we travelled on DR19. We exited the reservation, the dirt road improving slightly as we did so and we cruised effortlessly into the small hamlet of Lindrith. This town ...