Taos Lodging Vacation Properties
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... Blues player “Guitar Shorty” at one of the hotels tonight and regaled us with stories of guitarists, amps old and new, but stopped short of showing his collection.
We enjoyed such a relaxing time in Taos village, it seemed a shame to leave it and head out to Red River (30 miles into the mountains) where we had planned to take in day 2 of a 3-day Bluegrass Festival. Way up in the mountains, elevation 8750 feet. ...
... can change peoples lives through beautiful music and that is what she had done. Imagine how she felt - we were so proud that she had the chutzpah to get up there and do it - without her "trial run" in a little bar in Williams I don't think she would have but she had her confidence up so that was great!
On Christmas Eve we checked out Taos plaza and did a little last-minute shopping and then set off in the late afternoon for Taos Pueblo - a UNESCO world heritage ...
... Sepp Holzer is coming to do a talk on permaculture on Sunday which I am super excited about! I would love to see permaculture being integrated into the Earthship community! Imagining an Earthship surrounded by food forests, lush pastures and thriving ponds is invigorating! I am reading the book 1491 by Charles Mann. He is explaining that new archeological ...
... yellow short kayak with a guide in it was performing for us by flipping forward into the water and coming back up. It was fun to watch!
We tried to see the San Francisco De Asis Church on Sunday and Monday but both days the parking lot was full because of construction around it and part of the church was roped off. This church was built in 1772 and has twin bell towers Ansel Adams and Georgia O'Keeffe made the church famous ...
... car. And then it was time to hit the hay.
In the morning, Blair was accosted by some lovely ladies at the campground who insisted that we give Santa Fe, their favourite place in the whole world, at least a few days. We decided that it was too far to go to Moab and Arches National Park and instead opted to head into town. A little slice of artists paradise, the sand-coloured pueblan buildings house a ...