I'm traveling right now.

I had a presentation this morning in Alamogordo and this afternoon we drove through huge vistas to Albuquerque. The sky is so blue. Of course we are traveling at 4000 feet above sea level (that's the height our planes fly) The light is so different to home.

The orange cup wobbled on the dashboard. Its part of the merchandizing for our event.


Orange cups, I'm impressed.

We decided to go into 'Old Town' and have dinner.

Historic Old Town has been the heart of Albuquerque since the city was founded here in 1706. Today, historic Old Town Albuquerque is the city's cultural center. The settlers organized their new town in the traditional Spanish colonial way, with a central plaza anchored by a church. When the original adobe church collapsed after the long, rainy summer of 1792, they rebuilt, and in 1793 San Felipe de Neri church was completed. Today, this adobe church with walls five feet thick is the oldest in Albuquerque and its white towers mark Old Town from a distance.

When we arrived this evening the square was buzzing.



The church spires in the evening light.




dancers in the square.

The music was wonderful and people were dancing with a passion.


We had a wonderful view as we sat on a verandah and overlooked the festivities as we ate the most amazing meal.


a sampler platter.

Lisa and I will attend the Textile Art Festival tomorrow…. I hope I can take photos.




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