As a family we’ve enjoyed trips to New Mexico and Arizona for many years. One memorable trip included a train journey from Dearborn, MI to Albuquerque, NM, where we picked up a rental RV for a three week Christmas holiday cruise around the four corner’s region. As often as possible, we like to return to […]Read more "Santa Fe – The Museum Carousel"
Sunday dawned crisp and beautiful. We were eager to get out there and discover further treasures – yet, now we had two sickly people on hand. Apparently, it’s never a good idea to greet your husband with kisses, when you suffer from the early stages of a cold, even if your physician classifies it as […]Read more "Santa Fe Discovered – Part Three"
Immediately after installing ourselves in our new home for the next seven days, we began with the exploration of this enticing city of soft adobe walls under crystal skies. Was our abode really in walking distance to the historical center? Would we like the atmosphere of such a touristy place? I had been in Santa […]Read more "Santa Fe the Beautiful – second narrative"
Dear Readers, have you missed me these past two weeks or so? I’ve certainly wished to share our ongoing travel adventures, but the combination of having an upper respiratory infection while being on a long distance road trip proved to be too exhausting to engage in creative word play. Besides, I forgot, yes, I actually […]Read more "Off To Santa Fe, New Mexico – Part One"
Driving 385 miles versus walking 5.13 miles … pretty darn uneven, I’ve definitely not reduced my carbon foot print this week! But if you live in a state as large as Texas, which spans about 800 miles or 1300 Km on both it’s East-West and North-South axis, it’s unfortunately necessary to use some form of motorized transportation. […]Read more "Driving … Walking … Driving"