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“We Are Of This Place”

One of the very best places to visit in Albuquerque is the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, just a mile or so north of Old Town. 337 more words


Anything besides death and destruction?

When I was a kid, the Conquistadors were heroes. Glamorous in their shiny armor adorned with bright feathers and ladies’ lacy tokens, they were handsome lads intent on furthering the kingdoms of God and of Spain. 333 more words

Getting Over a Fear of Heights: Balcony House, Mesa Verde National Park

Covering a lot of ground for the first time in a while

Coming from the Amarillo, Texas area after having been to Palo Duro Canyon State Park – which we recommend stopping at if you are nearby – we drove West to Albuquerque to make a desperately needed Costco trip. 1,835 more words


Ruta de los pueblos abandonados

En el sur de Cantabria, la emigración rural ha provocado la desaparición de varios pueblos.

En esta ruta vamos a visitar dos de ellos, la localidad Valluca de Moroso y Candenosa en Valdeprado del Rio. 375 more words


John Wayne Never Fought Them

The Indians we know most about are the ones that appeared in the old Westerns: The Navajo, Apaches, Comanches, and Sioux. There are some twenty Indian tribes in New Mexico and Arizona that, insofar as I know, never appeared in any. 291 more words