This color blue is everywhere in TaosSelfie by the gateThere were bells just like this one on many of the buildings TaosCouse StudioHorses grazing outside of the PuebloWhat remains of the  old San Geronimo Church which was built in 1619. It was destroyed in 1847 by the US Army. All the Puebloans who were able had fled to the mountains but those too young or old took shelter inside the church and were killedAnother view of the old church

The new San Geronimo church built in 1850 A window in the churchHlauuma (North House) which is 1000 years old!The back of the San Francisco de Asis church in TaosA sample of the whimsical architecture at Earthship BiotectureA wind turbine at Earthship BiotectureStations of the Cross Shrine in San Luis Colorado. Ashley and I pulled over and hiked up for a closer lookA glimpse of our scenic drive home through southern Colorado

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Taos Road Trip

3 thoughts on “Taos Road Trip

  • April 24, 2017 at 6:38 pm
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    Wow! Magic in mud brick. It really is the land of enchantment. Thanks.

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  • April 24, 2017 at 9:02 pm
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    Lindsey
    Great photos. I have driven that route from Albuquerque/Taos to Vail several times. It is beautiful country. So much to see in the USA without leaving the country.

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    • April 25, 2017 at 4:19 am
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      Thanks for the comment Andy! I completely agree – there really is so much to explore right in our own backyard!

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