Santa Fe Christmas

We hope everyone had a safe and festive New Year!   I am still chronicling our recent New Mexico holiday.

 

We started our trek into New Mexico on some deserted snowy roads on the scenic route.

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NM 104 between Tucumcari and Las Vegas.

We visited two brewpubs:  Duel and Santa Fe Brewing.

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inside Duel Brewery.

On Christmas Eve we walked Canyon Road in Santa Fe along with 20,000 other people, definitely not the road less traveled but full of eccentrics and revelers.

farolito walkHere was a colorful, rockin’ harp player, jammin’ on the street.

2014-12-24 18.36.22Fewer galleries were open than in 2011, which I think was wise on the gallery owners’ parts.   I mean, who wants 20,000 holiday revelers tromping through one’s gallery?

There was still art to be viewed.

canyon roadAnd, on The Plaza, there was revelry galore.

plaza fire truck

But after the spirited revelry, there was a silent night.

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So, dear readers, there is at least one more post about our holiday in New Mexico…(I know, I keep saying that.)

 

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