A Walk about Dog-friendly Taos, New Mexico

15 thoughts on “A Walk about Dog-friendly Taos, New Mexico”

    1. So sweet, thank you! I was traveling alone (well, with my dog) on both my birthday in August and 10th wedding anniversary in July, but it didn’t bother me because over the past year I’ve come to realize that a day is just a day on the calendar. Anything can be celebrated on any day, and we really should celebrate the people and places that we love each and every day (including ourselves) in small ways. I know that you get it 😉

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      1. That is a beautiful mind-frame and I am happy you can see it this way. You are absolutely right but most could never see it this way. I think every day is worth celebrating and we don’t need to wait for special occasions. 😉

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    1. Taos is such a wonderful town, Joshi. 🙂 The area’s rich culture and history, large population of artists and friendly locals, the mountain and high desert landscapes make it a truly beautiful and special place.

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    1. Head west, head west! Hahahaha! The weather is so lovely this time of year.

      Selling Christmas trees in Florida sounds pretty appealing. Now you have me ready to head to Florida (well, after Hurricane season ends). I do love Florida!

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