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Hello Santa Fe!

November 25th, 2017 | Posted by Occupy The Roads in Santa Fe - (0 Comments)
Cathedral Bastille St. Frances

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…)

The V is back on the Roads!

November 23rd, 2017 | Posted by Occupy The Roads in Santa Fe | Taos - (0 Comments)
Rio Grande Bridge

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.

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Janet, Catherine & Jimi

The OTR gang left Pueblo on Tuesday and as of 8 am Thursday we are about 500 miles from Philly, making great time on our journey to the People’s Convention. Could it be any hotter? Our air conditioner is not working well. Needless to say it’s a wee bit warm in the back, so we’re all fighting over who’s going to drive!  Plenty of laughs are being had as we make our way to the destination,  it’s too hot to stop!  There’s no generator so we’re hoping to get power at the final stop.   Just gets better doesn’t it….but it doesn’t curb the laughter aboard the ‘V’.

We paid a visit to the Equality House thanks to research and a bit of prompting by Mike Grace. What a hoot that was.   (more…)

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What a beautiful trip as we drove through Pagosa Springs and visited the hot springs…wow.  Came across an indigenous school and they all loved the RV.  I interviewed teacher Belinda Garcia (teacher) about their school, then they interviewed me about OTR.   We then drove to Durango where we occupied Walmarts parking lot until this morning before heading to Oscars for an amazing breakfast. The people are quite friendly here and the city is very clean.   Later it’s off to Telluride, Montrose and Salida on our way back to Pueblo. (more…)