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We visited on their feast day. Pretty scenery and it was interesting to see how the pueblo area was laid out. We spent more than an hour almost two, looking and buying from native artists that were lined up with vendor tents. It was crowded...More
Thank you Picuris Pueblo! We were in Tres Ritos for vacation and wanted to go to Mass. They told us they were holding Mass in the Picuris Pueblo that Saturday night. So, we went. What a wonderful experience. Everyone so very welcoming and nice. The...More
One of my biggest pleasures in N NM is driving aimlessly finding things of interest to photograph. Don't try to photo on the pueblo without a 15.00 per camera permit. I checked in the tribal office prior to getting camera in hand and the young...More
We had been touring around the area trying to photograph some of the missions we picked from a book. We had some less than desirable light but tried anyway. We stopped to pay at the museum but it was closed up and no one answered...More
We stopped in the gallery while we were doing the High Road to Taos art tour, which is the last two weekends of September. We were amazed to find such sophisticated, beautiful art that was so masterfully executed. We then discovered Ms. Marx is owed...More
I find it hard to rate Picuis Pueblo, but I would like to say that Picuris can be quite enchanting. The August 10th Feast Day is a smaller and more intimate experience as compared to the larger Feast Days at many of the other Pueblos....More
We drove into the Pueblo hoping to see an historical site and what we got was a testament to the abject poverty these people live in, everything in a state of disrepair. The only interesting thing was the little church and a herd of buffalo....More