Santa Fe Happy Holiday Wishes

It’s that time again. Another year has passed and I want to say a great big “Thank You!” to you, our readers. I’ve put together a photo gallery of Santa Fe winter wonderland pics I hope you’ll enjoy…

Wishing You and Yours a Safe and Happy Holiday Season

& A Healthy, Prosperous New Year!!

From Maria & Santa Fe Selection Travel Guide & Concierge...

After a snow storm - overlooking Santa Fe's downtown toward Sangre de Cristos

After a snow storm – overlooking Santa Fe’s downtown toward Sangre de Cristos

Inn at Loretto parapets.

Inn at Loretto parapets.

Acequia Madre

Acequia Madre

St. Francis Basilica

St. Francis Basilica

Christmas Carols on the Plaza Bandstand

Christmas Carols on the Plaza Bandstand

Santa's Fire Truck

Santa’s Fire Truck

I saw Mrs Claus "Kissing Santa Claus."

I saw Mrs Claus “Kissing Santa Claus.”

Christmas Eve Canyon Road Farolito Walk - photo by Katharine Egli.

Christmas Eve Canyon Road Farolito Walk – photo by Katharine Egli.

Plaza Christmas Lighting

Plaza Christmas Lighting

Christmas Eve on the Plaza

Christmas Eve on the Plaza

Snow laden Chevy

Snow laden Chevy

snow-door

My sweet girl - 2001 - 2016.

My sweet girl – 2001 – April, 2016. She “lurved” the snow.

Sunset on the Sangres

Sunset on the Sangres

Tetilla Peak Winter Sunset

Tetilla Peak Winter Sunset

Happy Holidays to All!!

Maria.

13 thoughts on “Santa Fe Happy Holiday Wishes

  1. Thank you Maria for the beautiful photos. I love the old Chevy! When are you coming to Connecticut for a proper Christmas??!! Jan Belair

  2. There are no words! We used to always visit immediately after Christmas through the New Year. Then we changed to November for the fall colors. When I retire, we will do both! Thank you many times over – helps heal the soul

  3. Maria, you are a Santa Fe treasure, and it is such a joy knowing you! My condolences as well for your loss. Oh, our four- legged children! Much Christmas love, and all Best Wishes for a wonderful 2017! Thank you for all you do for Santa Fe and New Mexico.

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