Santa Fe: Photo of the Day
I think in another life I lived in New Mexico. Because it’s here that I feel really at home and at peace. And it’s where I would love to retire (though the hubby has a different idea – ahem, Hawaii).
Just looking at the adobe buildings, like this one in Santa Fe, always brings a sense of longing to me. I can feel the warmth and smell the chilies!
Well, fortunately, I get to look forward to that later this year as I just announced (as one person put it) this “starter tour.” This culinary tour to Santa Fe will take place over 4 days in September. The trip will include cooking classes and demonstrations, a downtown walking tour, a talk on chocolate, an afternoon soak in hot mineral springs and lots of eating As a vegetarian, I can assure you that this will be suitable for both vegetarians and meat eaters.
Here are some more of my favorite pics of the region:
Along with the adobe buildings, this really says New Mexico to me. This is an underground kiva, a cooking stove used by native Americans.
I happen to think the New Mexico landscape is gorgeous – despite how dry it is. This is the view from Pedernal, a narrow mesa that’s located just south of Abiquiu. It was an area favored by Georgia O’Keeffe (she actually had her ashes spread here). I can see why she got so much inspiration from the desert!
You can pop on over to my new WanderTours website if you’re interested in learning more about the Santa Fe Culinary Tour, or you can email me directly at: beth (at) wanderlustandlipstick (dot) com. The tour is co-ed by the way…
See other lovely photos at DeliciousBaby!
Santa Fe Culinary Tour