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... adopted daughter Carmelita Dunlap (1925-2000). She was the last living protege of Maria. I mention this because when visiting the pueblo in1970 we bought a vase from Carmelita for, I believe, $15 and still have it. What is it worth now? Similar works we priced today were over $300 and they were not made by any that learned directly from Maria Martinez. We walked around the dusty pueblo. The people are doing quite well now even youngsters ...
... at about 8ish . Didn't manage very far as the high altitude here makes it kind of difficult to breath , Charlie made it up for breakkie today and I am leaving it up to his blog to show you piccies of what he scoffs ! We then had another wander/meander into the town/plaza area . I am attempting to get mum a pressie from each state as its her birthday when when we get back so hope she likes what we have amalgamated so ...
... start but is well worth it. On our way to Santa Fe, New Mexico we are planning on stopping at the Gila Cliff Dwellings. I have high expectations for shopping in Santa Fe as I heard it is amazing.
January 17th, we stopped at the Gila Cliff Dwellings. It was very remarkable. The ruins dated back over 12,000 years and are ...
... that we had seen most of what was on the walk just by trying to get to the second spot, so again it was pretty lame. We decide to cut our losses and grab lunch in Nob Hill.
Nob HIll was suppose to be an up and coming trendy area of Albuquerque. We get on the 66 bus. The people of Albuquerque are friendly. The bus driver patiently answers our questions and on old man near us welcomes us to Albuquerque. The bus was only $2 to ride all day. We get off ...
Wendy's for breakfast. Trying out every fast-food joint Merica has to offer. Walked round the rim of the Grand Canyon, walking about a mile starting at Mathers Point. Looking down into the Grand Canyon you could almost see the bottom, almost 1 mile straight down. From Mathers Point it was possible to see the Colorado River. Another big drive today, driving 8 hours. Stopped for petrol, hot dog and ...