In June, I took some friends to Vizarron on the way to the Sierra Gorda. It is a "marble" village with big areas where stone is mined and brought to be made into tile, terrazzo and furniture or ornaments for cemeteries.
I wanted a short pedestal to use as a side table next to my reading chair in the living room and knew that I could get one there. The guys were "game for a road trip". And, off we went.
While there, we walked the main street and found a shop where the man hand made slippers and shoes.
They are lined with alpaca and the skins are all kinds of things. Beautiful.
As will happen, after returning to San Miguel in June, it weighed on the the guys that they had not bought more shoes and slippers along with pedestals as I had purchased.
So, another road trip happened last week.
But, all in all, it was a fun day as always. For me, it is ALWAYS great to get out on the roads and explore.
Next trip, will be to the French cashmere factory that few are aware of or the village that makes Christmas decorations or the abandoned railroad bed near San Miguel or to Timmyland. See, there is so much to see and so little time!