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Home Travel Guide Scrapbook Scrapbook A Spiritual Santa Fe

A Spiritual Santa Fe

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A Spiritual Santa Fe
...from the journals of CW Bryant (age 13)







Here's my Uncle Brad and that's Santa Fe country! 


There are many old churches in and around Santa Fe, like this one built in 1760. The other chapel is famous for its healing dirt. Read more about them in CW's Journal.




Find out what the artist Georgia O'Keeffe said
about the flat top mountain called Cerro Pedernal.


The Taos Pueblo is pretty amazing!  I really enjoyed watching the Pueblo Indians
perform The Dance of the Matachines.


Here's a really cool place--give Echo
Amphitheatre a shout and see what happens!




Read about the Miraculous Staircase in the Loretto Chapel and the 140 foot climb
up ladders to a ceremonial cave in Bandelier National Monument.


These canyon walls in
Bandelier National Monument were once
home to the Anasazi between 1100 and 1550 AD.


From the deep gorges and steep walled canyons... and the mesas
and buttes painted in a multitude of colors... the dense pine forests and the snowcapped mountain peaks--
you'll find it all
right here in Santa Fe country!
Read about it in CW's Journal.


CW's Journal takes you on an adventure through the eyes of a 13 year old--packed full of
fun and exciting activities from many locales. The vacation details at the end of
the journal offer the practical information you'll need to plan your own trip.

Travel with CW and his family to Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Find it in the Winter/Spring '00 issue...

>>Read Article>> 


Where is Alyx?

Alyx is near the 10,677-ft elevation of this Ski Resort offering awesome views and super ski slopes. Where is she? Click here to find out.

Tips, Tricks & Tactics

Camping the Great Outdoors
...ideas to consider

   "Since that first camping trip, all of our trips have been only partially planned, with itineraries set more as ideas than as fixed schedules.  We usually take each day one at a time, and do whatever feels right for that particular day.  Slowing down to smell the roses has never been so sweet as when we travel with our two kids!"  -- David, Westminster, MD

 Take it from David, there's a time to plan and a time to take one day at a time.


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