Monthly Archives: February 2011

Dumped Dog

At the visitor’s center in Taos – a dog in need. Advertisements

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Old sites, old and new views: the emergence

I went down to Santa Fe for services, this time catching the Governor’s palace on its free night. I at first gravitated toward the larger building in the downtown area – later finding out that it was the capitol. The … Continue reading

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Pilgrims and Puppies: Ohkay Owingeh and Chimayo

Yesterday, I decided to venture out to the old San Juan pueblo (the end of El Camino Real) and now called the Ohkay Owingeh pueblo. The is the pueblo from which Pope came. The pueblo itself sits on the Rio … Continue reading

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Trying to get off of a ledge

Yesterday, I went to Bandelier National Monument. This area is a 33750 acre wildlife and nature preserve with 3 miles of paved road and 70 miles of trails. Because of the fact that it is a preserve, dogs are not … Continue reading

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Gravity, turbulance and the Old Church

Yesterday, I visited both the oldest church in the United States – San Miguel mission dating from 1610-27, just after the city was founded, and the one of the oldest houses in the United States, the 1646 de Vargas Street … Continue reading

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Dogs, Services

I started the day with what began as a great walk at the dog park, and what ended with an incident. We passed a lot of people, interacting with them, and their dogs successfully. After about 1 hour, a plainclothes … Continue reading

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Buster, Mind-Altering Seed, Artifacts in Grants, Bison and a Pueblo

I woke up today and spent the first 3 hours of the day letting the dogs run. It was a beautiful day out in Grants. I had gone off of a dirt road filled with piles of dirt dug from … Continue reading

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