Friday, March 12, 2010

Burro Alley

A  plaque on the street reads: Wood peddlers, farmers and merchants used Burro Alley. Burros economically served the many cultures of New Mexico for many years. The people of Santa Fe relied on the burro for their welfare.
To see a previous post of Burro Alley by Randy of Santa Fe Daily photo, click HERE. PS. It's Randy's birthday today; pop over and greet him!!

9 comments:

  1. j'aime beaucoup la première photo, avec cette sculpture qui se mélange avec la nature

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  2. You made me smile with these nice pictures: I have just posted a 'horse day'! I'm sure I'd like this street.

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  3. Those are some artsy asses! Pardon me

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  4. I think that would look great in my yard.

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  5. Cute little guys. I like the idea.

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  6. Nice photos and interesting blurb about the burros.

    They are little cuties.

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  7. I love this little alley! Thank you for the birthday wishes and the shout out. I hope you have a wonderful weekend. I think we're head for Tent Rocks, ever been? A must see before you leave.

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  8. Lovely little fellows, and another nice look at your temporary city.

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  9. Burros can be stubborn, or so I've heard, but are very hardy and useful animals...'specially in the old days.

    I was going to write a long commentary of the relationship of burros and mules and horses, but I didn't want to make an ass of myself!

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