Taos, New Mexico – Day 7

The motorhome is currently parked at the Fraternal Order Of Eagles Airee #3849. I expect to be here for a few more days.

I took the Bronco and drove about two miles to the Hacienda de Los Martinez museum. From the museum website…

About the Museum: La Hacienda de los Martinez is one of the few northern New Mexico style, late Spanish Colonial period “Great Houses” remaining in the American Southwest. Built in 1804 by Severino Martin (later changed to Martinez), this fortress-like building with massive adobe walls became an important trade center for the northern boundary of the Spanish Empire. The Hacienda was the final terminus for the Camino Real (the royal road) which connected northern New Mexico to Mexico City.

You may view the entire website by clicking this link…

As always you may left click upon an image to see an enlarged view and then click once again to see an even larger view…

Enjoying interesting historical sites is another joy in the life of a full-time RVer!

You can read all about the Martinez Hacienda by clicking this Wikipedia link…

If you have not checked out my new Ramblin Man’s Photos Blog, you can do so by clicking this link…

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2 thoughts on “Taos, New Mexico – Day 7

  1. Chinle Nursing Home

    Can you please tell me what kind of camera you are using for the pictures that look like portraits?  Thank you


    • ramblinmanjimj

      My Camera is a Sony DSC-HX200V. It’s the top of the line point and shoot camera. Thanks for asking, I take it that you like the watercolor mode.

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