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Santa Fe musuems: Case Tradiing Post at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian one, photo/ourtesy Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian onr of the Santa Fe museums photo coursesy Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
Classical Gas Museum is one of the is one of the New Mexico attractions it took us a while to get to photo Steve Collins
Posole reciipe from Casa de Chimayo
The Santa Fe Plaza all lit up for Christmas photo Steve Collins
Puye Cliffs, just one of the places you'll discover in Santa Fe Traveler's Santa Fe travel information photo Steve Collins
An array of gifts at C. G. Higgins, one of the Santa Fe artisanal food shops photo Steve Collins
Pueblo dances are held throughout the year in NM. These dancers are Celicillon Traditional Zuni Dancers Photo by Nick Pecastaing, courtesy of Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Santa Fe Opera backstage tour photo Steve Collins
Santa Fe Railyard Arts District
Santa Fe Opera opening night taigating Steve Collins
Navajo serape with small poncho neck slit, Navajo Nation, Arizona or New Mexico, mid-Classic period, ca. 1865. Red raveled wool weft yarn (one–two S-spun strands) dyed with 100 percent cochineal, courtesy The Owings Gallery
International Folk Art Market Santa Fe photo/Steve Collims
Hoise-baked Shaker style meyer lemon tart
Santa Fe dining Luminaria at the Inn and Spa in Loretto photo Steve Collis
Omira Bar & Grill Santa Fe
Canyon Road Christmas Eve photo Steve Collins
We loved visiting the Classical Gas Museum in Embudo, photo/Steve Collins
Top row: Sarah Larsen (Mercédès), Dan Kempson (Le Dancaïre) and Amanda Opuszynski (Frasquita), Bottom row: Roberto de Biasio (Don José), Ana María Martínez (Carmen) and Noah Baetge (Le Remendado), photo/Ken Howard