We spent most of the day with Crystal Zevon, after meeting up at the Railroad Place in Santa Fe. There was so much to see and we sure were grateful to the church for letting us park there because parking was very limited. After Shar, Jimi and I met Crystal we walked to the plaza where we found the most amazing art and food. After veggie pizza and visiting the old Basilica church we parted ways and ventured down (more…)
From Pueblo to Taos and then on to Santa Fe. The scenery is spectacular. It’s been 5 years since I came through here originally. Hope to meet up with some occupiers if they’re still around.
We rolled into Santa Fe around noon and realized we had just gained another hour due to Central Mountain time difference. There we met with a few occupiers who gave us a brief overview of their occupation as we picnic’d in Railroad park, where they had been camped for 3 months. We could see a dark cloud in the distant and before we knew it the rain (which is apparently infrequent) had us retreat to the “V” where we interviewed Tanya and Leskie about Santa Fe. They told us the Mayor and the Police Dept. had been very supportive during their encampment. (more…)