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Travel: Exploring Indian Pueblos in New Mexico

"Travelers who venture out of the New Mexican cities of Albuquerque, Santa Fe, or Taos enjoy what many refer to as "Indian time," a sense that community and the cycle of seasons and life are more important than the incessant ticking away of seconds, minutes, and hours.

The pueblos of New Mexico are a testament to this. There are no street names, most of the roads are unpaved, and the houses are not numbered. Bread is still baked in outdoor adobe ovens, and costumes worn for ancient rituals and religious ceremonies are painstakingly hand-sewn for each event."

Get the Story:
A peek into the pueblo way of life (The Christian Science Monitor 7/13)

Relevant Links:
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center -

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