Working from home just got better.
Feya is a one year old American bulldog. We just got her yesterday and we can tell already she’s a perfect fit for us.
June 17, 2012
Before leaving New Mexico we stopped by the Taos Pueblo. The Adobe there is the oldest, continuously inhabited, multi-level structure. The Taos Pueblo tribe has been living there for around 1000 years and still live there to this day.
An adobe oven that still gets some use today when they make bread for ceremonies.
June 16, 2012
We got up early and went on a half-day rafting trip down the Rio Grande River. Then we explored downtown Toas a bit more.
Amber took a picture of a dog in the driver seat of a car:
Later that night we got dressed up and went out to dinner at The Gorge Bar and Grill.
June 15, 2012
We Traveled from Espanola to Taos where we planned on spending a couple of days.
After checking in to the Indian Hills Inn we grabbed some food at La Cueva:
The downtown plaza is made up of old Adobes: