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Sunset is special regardless where it is observed.  However, atop the La Fonda Hotel in downtown Santa Fe, Patti and I have found one of our favorite places to sit, relax and immerse ourselves into God’s majestic art display.

Okay … now, what’s this MEOW WOLF noted in the title above?

Without a doubt, MEOW WOLF is one of the most quixotic yet serendipitous discoveries we have made.    Like most people, when we travel we return to familiar attractions such as downtown Santa Fe.  In addition we try to search out new and interesting things to do and see.  The name, MEOW WOLF in it’s self, was enough to get Patti’s attention but the fact that over 100 artists had worked together to create this unique place in an abandoned bowling alley sealed the deal for us to make this a priority stop.


Stealing a quote from the web site:

Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return in Santa Fe, New Mexico is an explorable, immersive art installation filled with technology and fantastic environments to inspire visitors of all ages.  The wildly imaginative art space is a collaboration of over 100 local artists and is a unique combination of children’s museum, art gallery, jungle gym and fantasy novel.

I had to put the picture of Patti in this post … she had actually just opened the door of a refrigerator, walked inside and was heading down a corridor to places unknown … reminds me of the rabbit hole in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.  I’ll leave the giant fingers and mechanical hand to your imagination.

One could easily spend several hours in here and not even touch the surface … I imagine sensory overload would take over for most of us .  However, this is definitely a place to see, experience and talk about.  Incidentally, over 400,000 visitors in the first year make this one of the top visited attractions in Santa Fe.

Creede, Colorado and Antler’s Inn on the Rio Grande before heading back to Little Rock.



It was another great trip and just like this squirrel, we look forward to more surprises just around the corner in this beautiful nation of ours.

Happy Trails!

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