Offering history, culture, religion, and architecture, the high desert between Santa Fe and Taos is a wonderful place for a road trip. Along the High Road from Santa Fe to Taos, you’ll pass through remote mountain villages with Spanish colonial roots, see Pueblo enclaves, visit a chapel that’s thought to hold healing earth, take in…
Tag: New Mexico
When Given a Choice, Take the High Road
When traveling and faced with a difficult situation, my mantra is always, “Take the next step.” When working on projects at my home office, I make lists so I can work backward from the deadline because I know that getting started (taking the next step) is the most important part of any project. Or as…
If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, then a Mental Snapshot is Priceless
While I have never traveled to what is traditionally considered a sacred site, I have experienced sacred moments during my travels.
Santa Fe by Rail–Join us on a Guided Tour
Join travel writer and Evolving Magazine publisher, Jill Dutton, on a guided train tour to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Explore the Nativo Lodge in Albuquerque, New Mexico
The Nativo Lodge in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where Native American contemporary artists transform guestrooms into large-scale installation works of art.
El Santuario de Chimayo
Learn more at http://www.elsantuariodechimayo.us/Santuario.
Two Weeks Until Departure
Only two weeks until I depart on the first leg of my rail adventure and plans are coming together well. While I’m still lining up interview opportunities and sight seeing, most of my lodging and locations are set: January 5 I depart via Amtrak from Kansas City, MO to Lamy, NM. I arrive in Lamy on…