Santa Cruz, California, October 28th, 2014

Santa Cruz, California, October 28th, 2014

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Fry bread tacos are what they eat in heaven.

Oh my WORD!!
I had my first "Indian Taco" tonight. It probably had 4592 calories!!! Mmmmm.
John is going to ask me what I ate while I was away, cuz I'm sure I'll look like a beached planet when I get home.

Today we went to the Heard Museum in Phoenix.
Guess who was there??
Okay, it was Wes Studi's poster of himself as Geronimo.
But hello? He was Magua too!
They had an exhibit on Geronimo and included the movie posters from several Geronimo films. I took pictures of all the posters so no one will ask my why I had a picture of Wes Studi in among photos of Navajo rugs and clothing.

The museum was incredible, we even were the last ones there and had to be told to leave.

Then we went for Indian tacos at a famous fry bread place . Mmmmmmmmm.

Tomorrow it's back to Dillards so my friends can spend their gift cards and then to a huge Native American store to get a few goodies.

For research, dontcha know.

Thank you for your kind notes and prayers, it is a blessing to know I'm being prayed for.

1 comment:

  1. Okay, that settles it. You have got to arrange to go to the Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma. It's over for this year, but there'll be another one next Spring. It goes on for about three days and there is a convention center filled with booths of Native American crafts. More importantly, there is the gathering of Native Americans and the celebration of each tribal culture with dancing contests, drumming contests, among other things. And--there are Indian tacos for sale. If you can't do it next year, it's definitely something to put on your bucket list.

    Now that that's out of my system--I continue to pray for your safe travel and I'm so glad that it's been a fabulous experience for you.