THEY'RE HEEEEEEERE

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Garnite asked me my general impression of Santa Fe, So far it is very entertaining, lots of places to see and shop and shop and shop...most cater to either wealthy summer residents or the total tourist spots....Countless restaraunts and shops and gallerys....I have yet to see the museums, and have not ventured out of Santa Fe yet....so will have to report back on these....most "regular" working stiffs do not live IN Santa Fe, but commute from Albuquerque and communities outside Santa Fe, the costs of housing and everyday expenses are quite high here.

 

  • ajs_ 10y

    Aliens! But rather nice ones!
    ps. I've sent you a photo!
  • ajs_ 10y

    It's been like that for a couple of years now. I don't know how they live in it!
  • Jim Dubois 10y

    Intriguing stuff. Hoping to send Linda that way for her 50th next year. Will be interested to hear you take on it. If you line these guys up, do they point to Roswell?
  • Room With A View 10y

    Fabulous!! I love how evocative these are. I for one am really enjoying every bit of color you are showing from here.
  • Room With A View 10y

    Stir crazy? Yes, indeed. Two months with broken foot and a big honking manuscript to work on is not a formula for happiness or mental health. thanks for noticing! Ha!
  • Vratsagirl 10y

    great and interesting shot
  • Ryan Jackson 10y

    i wish this was in my main door hallway
  • Donna 10y

    and indelicate question, no doubt..but you have a special housing stipend from you employer? just returning from San Diego I am in sticker shock - still - over the cost of housing in that city. I don't know how my daughter affords it!
  • betsy 5y

    This is ridiculous!!! Where do you find such things?
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