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Find out what it means to live off-grid, in style, by exploring the earthships of Taos. These other-worldly homes, made from natural and upcycled materials — such as earth-packed tires, aluminum cans, and glass bottles — offer a unique, eye-opening experience into how a home can serve its occupants. THE MAN BEHIND THE MOVEMENT “An earthship is a type of architecture that provides everything humans need to survive in that they catch water, passively heat and cool, create their own … Read More
The TeaHouse The Teahouse is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Canyon Road and offers teas from a variety of different places that include China, Japan, India, Sri Lanka, and of course Santa Fe, where they create their own flavored teas. It is open every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. In addition to being a restaurant, it is also a specialty tea store and wholesaler offering an amazing collection of over 150 teas from around the world. … Read More
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