Free postcards of the food usually indicate the marketing department can’t find a view. Simon Red Truck Palace Restaurant
Covered Wagons about to be replaced by the railway within a few years of this photo. (1870) Burro Alley (no relation) Simon Simon in Santa Fe 2013 Palace Restaurant The Santa Fe Trail
What did they call Camel Rock before they knew what Camels were? (circa 1600) Simon Simon in Santa Fe 2013 Camel Rock Casino Gabriel’s Restaurant
February in Santa Fe New Mexico. “The weather is cold but the food is hot” Life is Good. Simon in Santa Fe 2013 Tune-up Cafe Posole
Four great sunsets from our upstairs patio in Santa Fe
This is my favorite of the photos I took in Santa Fe. It needs to be painted. The picture not the truck. Feel free to “borrow” it. Click on the image to see a larger version. I had to wait for the sun to go behind a cloud to get the light just right.
In 1928 they built a concrete road in Santa Fe and they were pretty proud of it. How do I know the year and that they were proud of it? They inserted a brass plaque in the concrete: The road is now an orphaned section of Marcy St just East of the intersection with Paseo […]
Santa Fe is one of the top art destinations in the USA and as a result there is lots of public art. Bronze Bear Brass lizard Granite Shape Massive Shapes There are a few more pictures on Flickr What a wonderful place Santa Fe is.
First a word about New Mexican wine. We have tried a few on previous visits and have been underwhelmed. But the Blachers took us to Casa Rondena Winery and we drank a lovely bottle of Meritage sitting on the winery patio. It was the start of a beautiful evening. The winery grounds were magical, the […]
We went to the to the Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque for the “glowdeo” on Thursday night but it was canceled because of high wind. Click here to see some pictures from three years ago when I went with Gene B. The next day we shopped and sent postcards and went to dinner with our friends […]