Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Libraries in New Mexico

Okay, call me book nerd, call me geeky, call me whatever you will, but one of my favorite things to do on vacation is to visit local libraries.

Last summer we visited New Mexico. I visited three libraries. All of them were amazing.

Taos Public Library








 Santa Fe Public Library






Glenwood Public Library



14 comments:

  1. I too, love libraries. None are so beautiful down here in south Florida as you have in the pics above!
    Lovely post.
    Thanks for sharing!
    - Lisa

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  2. I'm sharing this love with you and always try to visit the library of an unkwon town. A great thing for holidays!
    Remembering, as 1989 the borders to the western part of Germany were opened and we could go "to west", I've first visited not the shopping mall, but the library there(well, I had not the right money for shopping)
    Greetings from Germany

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  3. Libraries have become fun and interesting places. I enjoy our local libraries but never thought of visiting them on our travels! Great idea

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  4. I love the rocking chairs at the Santa Fe library. Such a good idea.

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  5. interesting. I wouldn't have thought that someone visits local libraries on vacation. cool idea.

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  6. I like to visit small-town libraries to see if they're as nice as mine. I live in semi-rural area in Michigan, and we share libraries with a 1-square-mile village. (My township used to be apple and peach orchards and farms.)The old original library is small, one room with a fireplace. It's beautiful. Now there is also a big library a mile away, but I love the little one. Of all the other small-town libraries I've visited, mine is the nicest.

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  7. Libraries have come a long way from when i was a child!

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  8. I love that children's area in the Santa Fe library! If you ever come to the Oregon Coast, I'll show you are pretty library in Newport. :)

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