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Elizabeth Wunsch

Tricia, you are so right about home.Thank you for capturing all those wonderful things that keep it sacred.

Myranette Robinson

Tricia, I agree with you 100%.


What a beautiful place. I have been to the Tewa pueblo and it was an enchanted trip in every way. I am sure you have many homes but that one is the ultimate to go "back" to.

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