Blast to the Past

Grand Canyon State Welcomes You Building a shed

Grand Canyon State Welcomes You Building a shed

    Henry David Thoreau got tired of his rat race in the 1800's and retreated to Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts to live a simpler life. As a transcendentalist, he believed getting close to nature would get him closer to truth, wisdom, God, and peace....

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In Billini Plaza 19th Century Museo of Tostada

In Billini Plaza 19th Century Museo of Tostada

    Across from Billini plaza is a well to do man's home of the nineteen hundreds. His home, which I am shown through, is several hundred years older than the Alcazar de Don Colon and several hundred years behind homes you find now in the Zona Colonia with...

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Plaza Pellerano Castro-Poet South end of Zona Colonial

Plaza Pellerano Castro-Poet South end of Zona Colonial

    This little park is dedicated to an important poet with a simple stone inscription. Pellerano was a man who moved to the Dominican Republic from Curacao, stayed, and also raised a daughter, Luisa Castro, who was one of the most influential woman writers...

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LaFonda Hotel Part of the Santa Fe History

LaFonda Hotel Part of the Santa Fe History

    The LaFonda Hotel has been a fixture in Santa Fe going back decades. The current hotel was built in 1922 on a downtown site where the first Santa Fe hotel was built in 1607 when Spaniards came to town. It is on the register of the Historic Hotels of...

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3 On A Match-Video Albuquerque Sunport

3 On A Match-Video Albuquerque Sunport

  This group belongs in cabarets in Berlin, London, Paris, after World War 2, without the smoke, SS Officers and floozies.   A first response to new music is often to discount or find faults with it because it is new. Another response is to recognize...

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Asia in Sandstone Amarillo College Museum

Asia in Sandstone Amarillo College Museum

    Some sculptures exhibited are behind glass, others are open to visitors to peer at closely, peek at the small shadows in the creases of the faces. Some of the work is utilitarian, made to ornament balustrades and pillars. Other works stood in temples...

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