December 12, 2009


Sallie (FullTime-Life)

Joe -- We took the RoadTrek to the Oregon Coast this summer and to Portland last week. We really enjoyed having it -- in Portland we moved around town to four different RV Parks. We're also using it as our daily driver car most of the time.

Joe Todd

Thanks so much for the repost. I was fortunate to visit Chaco Canyon once a long time ago but the Acoma and Sky City are new. As you know from my blog this is my favorite kind of post. You have that class B Roadtrek now if I remember correctly. Have you made any day trips with it. Wishing you and your husband the best and happy exploring

Margot  at Joyfully Retired

I see we are both feeling the need for warmer weather and blue skies today. We have never been to Sky City but it's on the list now for our next trip to New Mexico. I sure wouldn't mind being there right now.

It's very interesting to read about the Acoma people. I definitely want to know more. Their's is quite the accomplishment.

Thanks for linking to me on Joyfully Retired. Hope your week ahead is a good one.

Sonia Taylor  Kirk 1975

Hi Sallie,

I have always wanted to visit this area...thanks for the info and the great pictures...going to have to put it on my vacation wish list soon! Have a Merry Christmas! Miss Bloomers/Sonia


Hi Sallie...

My friend, I'm so happy to see you today! Thank you for joining in with Sunday Favorites this week! Wow...what a great post to share with us...I found it to be very interesting!!! Wow...the scenery here is absolutely gorgeous! I have been to New Mexico several times but never to Sky City. I would love to see it! I have always been so interested in the Native American culture and history and have done some studying about it but I have never heard of the Acoma. It is just amazing that there are nearly 600 Acoma that still inhabit the pueblo...eekks...and to think with no electricity or running water! Of course, I enlarged all of your wonderful photos so I could get all the details. I would love to see some of the Acoma pottery! Isn't it interesting that some of the Native American cultures embrace a matriarchial society? I think they are the only culture that does!

Sallie, thank you so much for sharing your trip to Sky City with us...what a treat!

Warmest wishes and Christmas Blessings to you and your family, my friend!

Chari @Happy To Design

Diann @ The Thrifty Groove

Great pictures! looks like a wondeful place to visit!

Have a wonderful Sunday!

Chatty Crone

That was a nice history lesson. People were living there 2000 years ago - way before old Columbus!

Shirley Corwin

Wow, that is so interesting. Thanks for re-posting it.

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