Haben sie sunglasses, ein auto und seien für die massive Änderung in der höhe vorbereitet Sie.
Fondest memory: das in einem heißen frühling unter einem freien himmel blank ist, füllte mit schießenden sternen.
Favorite thing: Visit the Museum of Indian Arts, the Museum of International Folk Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts-- all in Santa Fe. This is the Museum of Indian Arts.
Favorite thing: Visit a Pueblo. The Acoma, Sandia and Isleta Pueblos are near Albuquerque. this is a picture of the Acona Pueblo.
Fondest memory: Shiprock sits in the northwestern corner of the state. From the far distance, it does look like a sailing ship!
Fondest memory: Enjoying a hot chili meal. Chili peppers are, except for the sunflower, THE symbol for New Mexico, and the cuisine is delicious.
Favorite thing: get a photography permit while you are in Taos. Don't forget that it is a privilege to take pictures of their homes.
Favorite thing: Watch the sunset, but you'll have to be quick, as it sets here faster then any other place I know of.
Favorite thing: The best thing about visiting New Mexico is that you can witness these living, breathing, diverse, evolutionary arrays from just about anywhere in the state!
Fondest memory: Huge snowflakes falling outside a night service at a catholic church with twinkling luminaries and a bonfire burning.
Favorite thing: Do a roadtrip of some sort to the southwestern states, like New Mexico. Travel along the famous, historic route 66...
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