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A visit to City of Rocks State Park puts me in mind of Jonathan Swift’s 18th century satirical novel, Gulliver’s Travels. During a recent visit, I couldn’t help but feel like the book’s Lilliputians, the tiny people who “capture” Gulliver — a giant to them — who washes up on their shores. Except in this case, I am the Lilliputian surrounded by the park’s jumble of massive rock formations: boulders, hoodoos, and pinnacles, some soaring 40 feet in height from … Read More
The Santa Fe Indian Market takes place August 22 – 23, 2021, on the Santa Fe Plaza. You can read the virtual edition of the official 2021 Indian Market Artist Directory & Booth Locator map here. It is filled with fascinating articles, event listings, and — of course! — the complete list of participating artists and a map of the market. Get ready for your visit to the 99th year of Indian Market, right here on SantaFe.com!
Snow Trax 18 | A Season Winds Down | By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | That’s all she wrote, folks! Actually, the regional ski season will continue into April, and even longer elsewhere, but this is the final column I will write for the 2020–21 season. Thanks for reading along. Comments, ideas, etc. for next season’s stories are appreciated! I can be reached at [email protected] This week we’ll look at what remains open locally, combined with current conditions. Skiing and … Read More