Great website for SF
Rainbow Man- great store to learn about the Shadow Catcher. One of my fav things to buy are felt flowers which are about $5.. great gift some for one back home.
New Mexico History Museum https://www.nmhistorymuseum.org/ ( tell Marvin I said hi- a super nice security guard who will help with your hunt)
If you are an avid reader like me stop into the https://santafelibrary.org/ and go to their books for sale section. some nice choices-cheap.
IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) https://iaia.edu/mocna/
Kakawa for chocolate https://kakawachocolates.com/( please get some for me!)
Trader Joes( go early because of crowds) https://www.traderjoes.com/home
Jinja https://www.jinjabistro.com/ yum
Go by the Rio Grande Gorge Vistor Center for free local info.
Put your feet in the Rio Grande at the County Access on the way from SF to Taos.. bathrooms there, too.
Get your health foods at Cids but remember they are closed Sunday. Good place to get prepared foods,kombucha and great chocolate for picnics and hikes.
Books for sale at the Taos Public Library.
Eat at Guadalara Grill, La Cueva and Orlandos.
Pussy Cat Gelato for yummy handmade gelato.
Bearcloud Gallery for an amazing local artist and incredible paintings.
Chocolatree for the back patio and Triple Layer Cake.
Cultural Park for sunset views
Picassos for gourmet Pizzas
Thai spices for great thai food
Dead Horse State Park in Cottonwood for room to spread out and connect with nature and the Verde River.
Local Juicery for the BeetNik Salad.
Nellie Bly for a super cool store
Rickeldors candy to meet the coolest person in Jerome- Sue
The State Park Museum for some great history
The Haunted Hamburger for the view
The Cactus Nursery at the base of the hill for cool unique cacti- its a small botanical garden
Thai Palace in Old Town Cottonwood