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Jicarilla Apache Parade

(Dulce NM) While passing through, the Jicarilla Apache were having a festival with a pow-wow. A parade on the main highway diverted all traffic. It required a stop to allow the floats to pass. So, eating lunch and getting gas were an easy choice. Jicarilla Apache Parade Lunch was a Navajo taco; silmilar ingredients on […]

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Window Rock AZ

Window Rock

(Window Rock AZ/NN) The capital for the Navajo Nation is the town of Window Rock. Their government buildings, courthouse, and a museum are located there. They also had a zoo and botanical gardens featuring common animals and plants in the region. My main interest was to see the window in the rock, and the Navajo […]

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Zuni Pueblo Street Festival

Zuni Festival

(Zuni NM) The Zuni Pueblo was having a street festival with the usual activities like carnival rides, venders offering food, clothing, arts & crafts, a mini pow-wow, and native dancers. Various tribes from the area participated. As you can tell by the photos, my main interest were the dancers. Each dance group had a name, […]

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