The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market has become the largest market of its kind in the world. By giving master artisans access to a global marketplace, the market has played a pioneering role in empowering traditional communities while preserving historic art forms. More than 150 invited artists from 54 countries participate in a weekend… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Travel
I attended my first New Mexico Tourism Commission meeting as a newly appointed commissioner this week, as well as the New Mexico Governor’s Conference on Tourism. The hospitality industry is challenging, but it is also fun and filled with a lot of creative people. We had many successes to celebrate this year, and as Governor… Read more »
A friend of my husband’s called late last week offering us a free condo on Main Street for this week in Aspen, Colorado. Needless to say, we rescheduled meetings, cleared the decks, packed the car and headed north. After being slowed up by an overturned truck in the Glenwood Canyon tunnel, extending our leisurely 7… Read more »
The Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction produces the world’s greatest collector car events each year in Scottsdale, Arizona; Palm Beach, Florida; Orange County, California; and Las Vegas, Nevada. The big buzz at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale this weekend was all about the Batmobile. The original 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car that was used in the… Read more »
My husband and I had the privilege of visiting good friends in Jackson Hole this past weekend. We stayed in their unbelievably beautiful home with views of the Tetons from every window. Pictures are worth a thousand words so take a look at a few of the house pics below. We hiked each day. The… Read more »
I spent this past weekend exploring part of the Texas Hill Country. Texas shows Santa Fe a lot of love, so I thought I’d return the favor with a few photographs of some must-see places in Wimberley, Driftwood and Gruene, Texas.