7.14.2007

Bob, Doing His Part for the State's Economy



Bob, our former neighbor from Arlington, was in town last Sunday. He was in Albuquerque for a conference and headed up to Santa Fe for the day. We started off at Zia Diner, where we got to spend some time catching up and hearing about things back in Colonial Village. Then, up to Museum Hill and Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, then downtown to the just-renamed New Mexico Museum of Art. And there was still time for the vendors at The Palace of the Governors.

Also in the past week, the sky turned threatening, but the rains held off at Music on the Hill.

3 comments:

PaulBob said...

Is that an "official neckwear of New Mexico" bolo tie in Bob's hand? Man, I wish I had me one of those...

More PaulBob said...

Also, how is Woodie?

Bram said...

Sadly, Bob's cocker spaniel Woody had to be put down a while ago. It sounded like it was, at least, not too drawn out.

He does have a new one now, a rescue named Carly, who seems like a good dog.