New Mexico Family Travels

It felt so great to be home!

Church Rock, New Mexico

Church Rock, New Mexico is where I was born and raised. I grew up with some of the most beauitful views of the Southwest. Navajo Country. The Heart of the Navajo. As a kid I played along these beautiful rocks and traveled with all my cousins through the caves and groves. The Sunsets are beauitful. Packed a sack lunch and came home until it was dark! – I miss those days.

Red Rock State Park – 5 Minutes from Gallup, New Mexico

Downtown Gallup, New Mexico

Also known as the Heart of the Navajo. Historically built in 1818 along the famous Route 66.

The BEST place to buy Authenic Navajo Jewerly- Not Scottsdale, Arizona. Gallup, New Mexico BABY!!!

Really Tho…

Since 1974, Native American Artists have perfected their handcrafted jewelry, pottery, and crafts and continue to pass on their secrets and skills to new generations. Our vault is filled with over 4,000 unique and extraordinary works, and new pieces are being added daily.

– First American Traders Manager

Gallup, New Mexico will always have a special place in my heart. I grew up in these streets. Running for candy at the Parade. Hanging out at the Library. Having a drink with the family at the local pub. Eat at Jerry’s Cafe, Earl’s, and Don Diego’s all in a weekend. Yasssss….. I just love New Mexico Chili!

La Barraca, Gallup, New Mexico

1303 E Historic Highway 66, Gallup, NM87301

(505) 722-5083

Jerry’s Cafe New Parking Lot

Family Time

Our Kiddos missed their cousins and grandparents so much. How adorable are they?

I love photos like these. Capturing moments like these and sharing my story with you guys, brings me such joy! I want you to know, even during this uncertain time, FAMILY IS IMPORTANT! Be sure to reach out to your brothers and sisters. Your aunties and uncles. Check up on them and see if they’re doing good. IT MAKES ALL THE DIFFERANCE.

Here’s our Family Photo Gallery…

Photo Shoot in Gallup

I wanted to collect some awesome photos around gallup and the surrounding areas to share with our Community. I hope you like them.


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