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Picture Canyon

It has been a little over two months since my move to Flagstaff! In that time I have adjusted to a new work schedule, a new sleep schedule, rafted the upper half of the Grand Canyon, been biking in Moab, visited 3 National Monuments and 2 National Parks, and moved houses… 361 more words


Southwestern Thoughts: Pueblos and Rock Music

Traveling through the Southwest, I was intrigued by the changing landscapes. From the flat desert of Phoenix we climbed into the mountains as we drove to Albuquerque. 587 more words

Mind Wanderings

Puye Ancient Cliff Dwellings

Welcome to the Cool List, my blog about cool things happening in Santa Fe with photos, quotes and musings. Enjoy!

Have you been to Puye Ancient Cliff Dwellings lately? 129 more words

Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico

At Tamaya Resort, this past week I attended a regional conference of the Alpha Delta Kappa teachers’ sorority.  Run by Hyatt, this resort resides on Santa Ana Pueblo land near Bernalillo, New Mexico.   389 more words



I cannot believe it has been a month almost since my last blog post. Of course I always intend to update the blog, but then life happens. 541 more words

The Taking of New Mexico

Upon America’s declaring war with Mexico in May 1846, President James Polk sent “the Army of the West” to New Mexico. See Daniel Walker Howe,  403 more words

James Polk

Down a long dusty New Mexico road.

Our favorite pueblo is down a long dusty New Mexico Road.

Mesa Verde and other First American cliff dwellings are more widely known and more easily accessed, but Chaco Culture National Historic Park is our favorite.  593 more words

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