This was our last full day in Taos. It’s always hard to leave this place. Knowing there are return trips – maybe even sooner than January 2024, makes it a bit easier.
Today began as all days here do. A fire, coffee, light breakfast. It is Sunday. No “formal” church was planned. We trusted we would find worship in some fashion.
Once again, the first stop was Coffee Apothecary.
While we enjoyed our artful cuppas, we made our next plan. We decided to drive south to the village, Ranchos de Taos. San Francisco de Asís Church, built in the 18th century, has long been sought out by artists, including Georgia O’Keeffe.
We entered and prayed Noonday Prayers from the book, Prayers for all Seasons. It was a lovely place to sit and pray.
The bonus was stopping next door for lunch at The Plaza Grill, long a favorite.
I had read about the art exhibit, ‘Botanicals’ at Wright Contemporary. It was our next stop and while it was a small exhibit, it was interesting and enjoyable.
Our last activity was to walk down the road from the casa to visit the llamas. We visit every year, and have named them. Hilary, Stacey, Kamala and Dawn. Dawn arrived sometime in the last year.
We will depart early tomorrow morning to drive to Albuquerque for our flights home. A last fire..,
…until we return. Traveling mercies.
6 thoughts on “sabbath in taos”
Another amazing memory trip.
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I loved the church picture and O’Keefe work!
I actually remember that you had named the llamas
Safe travels back
Dawn= Dawn Fraser, Dawn Labour? Tell me when we visit next, please.
Hoping you go back before next Jan…for selfish reasons. 😁
Again, thank you! Safe travels, friend!
Those paintings (icons?) of Jesus and his pals laughing and enjoying a great supper together took my breath away.
Have a safe journey home. I hope it’s a simpler trip!
Woweeee on that church —worth the drive for sure!!!!
Another simply wonderful adventure shared through your blog. Gorgeous photos. Delicious meals. Inspiring poems. Silence of snow. I love being along for these journeys and dreaming of venturing to Taos again. Great sense of adventure you follow, not allowing a little snow and cold to deny getting out and about.