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... get a picture and I was too chicken to ask him if I could take his picture. He was about my height, dressed in white linen capris and a blousy top. He had on the biggest and brightest orange and yellow glasses I’ve ever seen, wore orange flip flops with chartreuse painted toenails and a stylish white hat with an orange hatband. Of course, he was the designer of about half of the clothing line. He was quite ...
... him again. Google it, pretty nifty story.
The oldest church in the US is next to the oldest house in the US. The San Miguel church build in 1610 (See pics), it's very small of course and has been through restorations but it is still pretty much the old church.
We had saved up our fine dining all week for Santa Fe. We planned to hit the plaza and do happy hour at some fun place then find an ...
The usual freezing start, but this was a driving day - to Santa Fe. About 4+ hours. Following the advice of the Farm Bistro woman we drove to Mancos - not very far - and found it fairly closed and quiet on a cold winter's Sunday morning!! But despite the recommended coffee place being closed, we found the breakfast place - Absolute - open and buzzing!! Very good breakfast, and a good start to the day. We went ...
... corner) in the road ahead.
We also yahooed when we saw that first bit of straight rode, unbelievable we thought but then another straight, and another.
Anyway early in the day we saw the Cadillac ranch and managed to paint a LINZ sign on the car with a rather fetching fluorescent green koru and had our photo taken, always thinking of work you know!
Then it was on to the Blue Swallow motel for lunch a met a really nice ...
... with Baltimore Sun
Paper articles on the wall. The owner, Harvey Shugarman, ran a popular
restaurant north of Baltimore. The restaurant was called "Harvey's".
We have mutual friends. Small World. Great