It was art appreciation day. We toured the Georgia O'Keeffe museum. She was born in 1887 in Wisconsin and died in 1986 in Sante Fe. At the age of 12 she knew she wanted to be an artist. She studied in Chicago and New York but where she felt most at home was in New Mexico. There she painted her passion, nature. It was a great exhibit, and even the kids liked it.
We walked into town and had lunch at our new favorite restaurant. After lunch we took a bus tour around Sante Fe. It was awesome. Sante Fe is the highest state capital in elevation, sells the most art second to New York, and hosts a great number of galleries. In the summer, the temperature gets to 90 degrees, but it's a dry heat. I could handle that. We drove up Canyon Rd. which was basically gallery row. It was so cool.
In the afternoon the kids went in the hot tub, did school and hung out. Mom, Dad and I went back into town to see the luminaries on the plaza lit at night. It was very pretty.
Tomorrow we had back to Albuquerque, and we'll take Nana and Poppy to the airport. It's been so great having them here. We've had so much fun. What a way to round out our trip before being home. Thank you Mom and Dad!
PS-GO BEARS! We beat Stanfurd today in the Big Game!