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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

Travel Logs

4 pueblos fascinantes de Inglaterra

A lo largo y ancho del Reino Unido podemos encontrar pueblos encantadores, que a veces parecen salidos de un cuento. Les comparto los que más me han gustado de Inglaterra. 1,310 more words

Permanence

One of the places we stopped on our recent road trip was the Taos Pueblo in northern New Mexico. We were curious to see the pueblo-style adobe brick houses and learn about the history of this ancient village. 601 more words

Travel

Relato: Tocar las piedras, sentir la historia

Somos energía, somos un misterio y cuando nos juntamos en grupo, podemos llegar a ser tan buenos como queramos, mas sin embargo nuestras acciones consiguen que neguemos nuestra propia historia. 84 more words

Staycation Interruption: I'm in! (Part I)

I was happily engrossed in an 11-day-straight stay-cation. I had a to-do list. I was scratching things off. I set up a studio. I painted some furniture. 766 more words

Lafayette

Lake Scott State Park - Kansas

When I heard about Lake Scott State Park, my curiosity was peaked. The park was described as a surprising oasis amid the high plains of the prairie with archaeological remains, hiking, and abundant wildlife. 654 more words

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