This was recently converted to a cultural center. I include it here because of the marquee. As you can see by the lineup for this upcoming Saturday June 2nd, this could very well be the last place on earth you will find my friend, El Duderino.
Santa Fe is overloaded with galleries. I really enjoyed the Wyeth family gallery but if I was going to spend several thousand dollars on a single piece of art it would have to be here at Chuck Jones' place first. He is missed.
I spent my last Sunday night in New Mexico on the outskirts of Santa Fe and due to some left over blue laws all the bars closed around midnight so I was in bed fairly early. The next morning after the Band of Brothers mini marathon, another walk around the plaza area, and some lunch I headed back to Albuquerque. I tool the scenic route home behind the Sandia Mt's down Rt. 14, The Turquoise Trail. It was a beautiful drive broken up with some former ghost towns now converted to hippie arts and crafts stores and more galleries.
I finished up my project ahead of schedule yesterday but can not get a flight out of town until my scheduled one on Friday morning. In the meantime I am doing some prep work for the next couple of projects I have lined up and going to enjoy the weather at least. Next stop Iowa.