|this pueblo is located right next to the Rio Grande|
|pic of original excavation|
Then we drove a few miles into Corrales to do a tour of a 19th century house, the Gutierrez-Minge Museum. A docent explained that many parts of the house compound had been made up of beams, windows, etc. being salvaged from old houses, churches, barns, being torn down in various parts of the state. The furniture was also from all over and all handmade without nails.
|what little metalwork we did see was hand forged|
|a lot of beautiful tin art throughout|
|Mike outside the kitchen building|
|loved the door bell!|