Inger Jirby's Guest Houses
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... the 1970’s. All homes in the Pueblo are owned, having been passed down through the generations. Some tribal members use their homes as stores and sell art, jewellery, carvings, food items. They are very used to tourists! The multi-level structures are believed to be over 1,000 years old, although there used to be no doors and much smaller windows. Entrance in the olden days was via high ladders, which were pulled up by the last person ...
Today was a whole lot of driving off route. We set off at 10 for the mountain town of Taos to visit a self sufficient eco friendly housing community. Even though it was less 90 miles away, the winding roads and 25-35 miles per hour limit made for an unexpectedly long 3hr trip to get there. At the beginning of our drive near the city we did pass a number of road signs indicating different Indian tribal lands, and each one had a large casino with flashing lights on the ...
... in complete disbelief. The only way to get a full persective of how large the gorge is is to be inside of it. The full moon also made the situation seem surreal, I felt like I had to continually remind myself I was not dreaming. The hotspring was so refreshing after working hard all day. I jumped into the river next to the hotspring which was frigid cold which was a crazy experience. I immediately yelped and ran back to the hotspring. On ...
Because it is a very old city, the road is only one lane each side with historic buildings on either side of the road so there hopefully will be no widening.
So much better to walk around to enjoy the area!
Ate at Graham's, and though it was threatening rain they let us sit outside. Lovely.
Later we went dancing at our favorite ...
... Cheyenne), his third was a descendant of a Spanish family that migrated to Taos in the late 1600s. His standing here was clearly so significant that they have maintained the home he shared with his third wife and turned it in to a museum. Also interesting is that it is said that his children were raised with Indian children that he had helped free from capture (from who I don't know, will have to look into that more).
I found this quite ...