Church of San Filipe Neri
I'm just amazed at the Plaza
Artillery? You know Bill has to "shoot" it
The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History is much improved over our last visit. The new "Only in Albuquerque" gallery is open, with a comprehensive view of the history & culture of the city. The artsy high heel shoes exhibit I could have done without.
This wolf's eyes follow you around the gallery
Back to the Plaza, lunch at Church Street Cafe (same table, same waiter as last year), bought some T-shirts and a book, took more pictures trying to get some art shots, and back to the motel to escape the heat & do laundry.
Ivy on a cottonwood
A vendor of turquoise chairs
Walked to supper at Sadie's, near a defunct motel, shared a local beer in the HIE's gazebo while Bill read "The Cimarron Kid" out loud. This is a 1973 book about the CS ranch in Cimarron, NM - we're going to give it to the "Kid" himself on Sunday. However, tomorrow is lunch at the Frontier and a Forrest Fenn searcher party.