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Saturday, 20 December 2008



Ah, the completely foreign post-college santa fe experience, peppered with the familar...like bobcat bite, and the lensic! Brings back memories of seeing Edward Said and being really surprised that Santa Fe has a big Palestinian population somehow.


Also, if I remember correctly Site Santa Fe, like all Santa Fe art, is really hit and miss.

I once saw a truly unforgettable exhibit featuring iron sculpture machines, hydrolics, and fire.

Need pics of mountains!

Boots in the Oven

I'm sure I'd be wierded out if someone went to Columbia as a tourist destination as a non-college person... but that's unlikely.

And Site Santa Fe was fun, though I wouldn't have gone to it over, say, the Georgia O'Keefe museum, which is what ended up happening.


Guess you'll have to return. :P


Oh Santa Fe, you are the chile of my soul! I miss you red, i miss you green, always hot & delicious. Guadalupe Cafe, I can not stalk you no more as I live too far!

Nice post!


Boots in the Oven

Thank you, Mando! I was also surprised at how much we loved the food in New Mexico, by and large. Guadalupe Cafe will have to be next time...

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