www.susandchloonthego.com Sus & Chlo take to the skies with the Pueblo Balloon Company on a hot air ballooning excursion in and around the Rio Grande Gorge. While in the air, their pilot shows them a hot spring that is “clothing optional.” Featuring music by Omar Rane and filmed on location in Taos, NM.
From Pueblos to Earthships to “Easy Rider” Taos, New Mexico is easy to love.
David Pezzat in Taos Pueblo New Mexico
Johnny Kongo & Colfax Slim
get down to business at the Adobe Bar
in Taos New Mexico. March 2014
The Village of Taos Ski Valley is situated in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, 15 miles northeast of Taos via US Highway 150. Originally settled by a group of hearty and adventurous miners in the 1800s, the community is now inhabited by hearty and adventurous skiers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Home of world famous Taos Ski Valley Ski Resort, the Village of Taos Ski Valley contains four miles of roads and is bordered completely by Carson National Forest. The village was incorporated in 1996 and at an elevation of 9200 feet, is the highest incorporated community in the state of New Mexico.
Taos Pueblo segment from “Polar Bear Pueblo”, an Intrepid Berkeley Explorer free, two-country video. The film starts in New Mexico with the Carlsbad Caverns, Taos Pueblo, White Sands, Roswell, Santa Fe, and much more. Moving north, it then features the incredible polar bears of Churchill, Manitoba, Canada, as seen from a tundra buggy.
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My beautiful sisters from Taos, New Mexico dancing and playing tambourine for the Lord..
Song “Te Doy Gloria”
Part Two, continues from Santa Fe to El Santuario de Chimayo and then the High Road to Taos, New Mexico for some great food.
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This episode is Chapter 3 of the biographical documentary film Awakening In Taos: The Untold Story of a Remarkable Woman. The voice of Mabel Dodge Luhan is performed by Marsha Mason and the Narrator is Ali MacGraw. This episode features some previously unpublished historic photos from Taos, New Mexico circa 1900. For more information please contact contact writer/director Mark Gordon at [email protected] Visit our website at AwakeningInTaos.com. There are more videos there!
By Tona Williams (2004)
Taos pueblo is the oldest continually inhabited community in the United States, and it is made out of adobe.
Fun on the rio catching crawfish and other things. Beautiful place to spend a day.
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Traditionally agricultural, Ranchos de Taos is the original Spanish settlement in Taos Valley, famous for it St Francis d’Asis Church in Ranchos Plaza, home to art galleries, and the early 19th century Spanish Martinez Hacienda. Known as “Ranchos” by the locals, many of the oldest adobe structures and homes are located in this area on the south side of Taos Valley. Some of the best Taos restaurants can be found in Ranchos including Ranchos Plaza Grill, featuring authentic Northern New Mexico cuisine, historic Old Martina’s Hall restaurant and entertainment venue, and longstanding favorite Ranchos Trading Post Cafe Italian Restaurant, located in the building which housed the original Ranchos Trading Post. In close proximity to the Country Club, Rio Grande Gorge, and 2500 acre preserved recreation area, housing in this area ranges from centuries old village homes to contemporary and pastoral acequia irrigated properties.
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It snowed on day 10 of 34 in Taos and it stopped then melted after a few hours. In this vlog, I share some childhood memories and my thoughts about being here so far.
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