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Miriam’s Trip Blog: We’re Still in Taos

September 23rd, 2012 · by Cyndi · 4 Comments

This is two days in Taos.  [Mom says: it’s actually three days.  Miriam says: But there are no pictures from the first day.]  We are at the Taos Pueblo.  So we are at the Taos’s little town.  This is a sign that says “sorry, we’re open” instead of “yes, we’re open.”  Why would you be sorry you’re open?  There were lots of shops at the Pueblo.  I thought that sign was hilarious.

"Sorry, We're Open" - Taos Pueblo

I bought the two necklaces and my mom bought the bracelet.  We bought more stuff too, but they were gifts.  I got the heart necklace from a different shop.

Jewelry from Taos Pueblo

This is our dinner at a restaurant.  I had the small plate and my mom had the big plate.  And I had the orange smoothie.  The restaurant is gluten-free and wheat-free but my mom got something with eggs in it.

Dinner at La Cueva, Taos, NM

Now we are at the house in Taos.  The person we are staying with has a cat and I am holding her cat.  Her name is Bella.

Miriam with Bella the cat, Taos, NM

I wish I could stay in Taos longer but we are leaving.  Next we are going to Snowflake.  See you again there!

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4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Rachel // Sep 23, 2012 at 7:59 pm

    You picked beautiful jewelry. I love cats, but I don’t have any. We have 3 dogs. That sign is funny.

    Love,

    Rachel

  • 2 Judith Norman` // Sep 25, 2012 at 7:44 am

    Hi Miriam,
    I love that sign! it’s so funny. Thanks for sending the picture — I’m looking forward to hearing about Snowflake! (It sounds cold!)

  • 3 Thunderkat // Oct 9, 2012 at 4:22 am

    Hi! Nice to meet you at the secret hot springs! That region around Taos is SO BEAUTIFUL! Looks like you had fun, we went to the Pueblo and saw that sign too! Lunch looks yummy, so much great food in New Mexico. See you later!

  • 4 Beth // Mar 22, 2013 at 7:54 pm

    What a fantastic trip! Beautiful blog. Thank you for sharing it.

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