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A closeup of the clay storyteller figurines and other works by Caroline Sando of the Jemez Pueblo under the portico of the Palace of the Governors in downtown Santa Fe.
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A closeup of one of the clay nativity scenes by Caroline Sando of the Jemez Pueblo under the portico of the Palace of the Governors in downtown Santa Fe.
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A wonderfully smiling Caroline Sando of the Jemez Pueblo under the portico of the Palace of the Governors in downtown Santa Fe. I think she is happy that Mom bought one of her storytellers!
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On day 2, after leaving downtown Santa Fe, we went to the Santa Clara Pueblo, about a 20-mile drive.
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One of the newer adobe homes on the Santa Clara Pueblo.
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An old adobe building showing the door and vigas (timber roof beams) on the Santa Clara Pueblo.
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An old adobe brick building in the Santa Clara Pueblo.
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Some of the newer adobe homes on the Santa Clara Pueblo.
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Some of the newer adobe homes on the Santa Clara Pueblo.
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The front of the kiva building on the Santa Clara Pueblo.
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The back of the kiva building, showing the kiva entrance stairway, on the Santa Clara Pueblo.
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The Povijemu Art Gallery on the Santa Clara Pueblo. Inside we were to meet the wonderfully friendly artist Ken Tafoya and his helper, Claudette Gallegos.
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The sign of the Povijemu Art Gallery on the Santa Clara Pueblo. Once inside, the artist Ken Tafoya explained that povi = flower, and jemu = falling, thus Povijemu means "falling flower"..
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Mom, Ken Tafoya, and Claudette Gallegos inside the Povijemu Art Gallery on the Santa Clara Pueblo. After "just looking", Mom bought a beautiful wool runner, hand woven by Dorothy Gallegos, Claudette's grandmother.
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Ken Tafoya, Claudette Gallegos, Dad, and Mom outside La Cocina restaurant in Espanola, NM, after we had lunch together.
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After visiting the Santa Clara Pueblo, we returned to downtown Santa Fe. Here is an interesting painting on the side of a doorway to a shop.

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