Photos from Santa Fe

A photo dump from today. The weather is beautiful, warm but not hot,and always a breeze blowing. Thanks to thunderstorms last week, the Santa Fe River has water running in it; we wouldn’t call it a river at home, though, as Topey and Antoine creeks both have more water. This stream my granddaddy would probably call a “branch”. There are several museums, dozens of high end art galleries, a wide variety of restaurants, as well as tourist-y places. I am thoroughly enjoying both the conference and this unique town.

They have a beautiful Scottish Rite Temple here in Santa Fe. I was disappointed to see a “For Sale” sign in front of it.


The “skyline” of Santa Fe, with a thunderstorm building in the Sangre de Cristos.


Native American art market…a lot of jewelry, of course, but also some really amazing pottery.


KAW-LIGA was a wooden Indian standing by the door
He fell in love with an Indian maid over in the antique store…

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New Mexico Museum of Art

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Even the First Presbyterian Church looks authentic…although it kinda reminds me of the Taco Bell logo.


I thought I might have seen these two, but I could be mistaken…