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... north from Mexico City. The City of Santa Fe was founded in 1610 and that same year the first church was built on the site where the cathedral now stands. The original adobe church was replaced in 1630 by a larger one, which was destroyed by the Pueblo Indian Revolt of 1680. The expelled Spaniards returned in 1693, but were not able to rebuild the church until 1714, and this new church was named in honour of Saint Francis of Assisi, the Patron Saint of Santa ...
... rest of us wanted to camp. This campsite was probably the best we had up till now. It included a pool, hot tube, games and tv room, crazy golf. Tents up and dinner being cooked by 6.30 we chilled for a bit in the games room. Dinner was served by 7.30pm, the best campsite food you ever have, cottage pie. Next up was the hot tube, i chilled with few other from about 8.00pm till 9.30pm. Shower and bed by 10pm ready for tomorrow ...
... 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 ...
... all the episodes of X-Files on DVD or Lost in Space and there was a room full of boxes of journals or articles and then there was a hallway of collectibles. If you go to Roswell you just have to see it. Denis says the whole town takes advantage of this incident from 1947... aliens are on windows, alien footprints are on the sidewalk, light standards have eyes... and you saw how MacDonald's claimed to be ...
... There we met Richard a transplant from Croton, of all places. He explained that Taos took a big hit with the economy which is why it became a ghost town. He told us living in Santa Fe is very expensive. They also have pretty harsh winters here.
We decided to skip the scorching southwest and head to LA.
Please note the picture of Tom sitting on the bench.....the first time in his life doing nothing.