We made a couple of excursions downtown with Geri and Bob. We ate more good food...some at the Coyote Cafe outdoor terrace. We also stopped for coffee at Aztec, a coffeehouse that has been a Santa Fe institution for decades.
Rob and Donna Pecherer joined us for dinner at Santa Fe Steamer, where we discovered that all good seafood is not found on one coast or the other. Rob is a long-time friend (I don't dare say "old" friend) who lived in Austin a number of years ago, and Donna works in the education field. She is also the author of a number of short stories, and writes under the name of Tower Lowe. Check Donna out on Amazon; her stories have gotten great reviews and are available as e-books. Or, you can visit her blog, The New Mexico Chronicles, at http://towerlowe.blogspot.com/ to learn more about her stories.
Our second week in Santa Fe involved daily visits to the dog park, and to the arroyo behind our RV park. Here are a few shots of our daily excursions, and of some of the many dog friends the Bagley Pack made while we were there.
|Frank Ortiz Dog Park|
|The Arroyo behind our RV park|
|The Bagley Pack and a couple of friends|
|Our beautiful neighbor, Yodi|
|Cute as a ...Button|
|and a bunch of Bichon Frises|
We hated to leave Santa Fe, but look forward to reconnecting with the friends there, both old and new, whose company we enjoyed.