We were headed back from a visit to the little town of Chimayo when we noticed the sign for the Tesuque open air Flea Market about 10 minutes away from Santa Fe. It was a Friday, so this Friday-Saturday-Sunday venue wasn’t terribly busy. But there were lots of Native American crafts on sale and I’ve since read that the prices are usually cheaper than in the city (although I did find the Native American vendors in the Plaza to be super friendly and prices were fine – having finally purchased a pair of exquisite handmade dream catcher earrings there). But I digress. The Flea Market had a lot of stuff that was interesting, but I only bought a few things from one vendor, Sulla Stone, which is located right next to one of the two entrances. The owners were terrific people who were selling some beautiful stone pieces. They seemed to know the composition and origin of every stone there. We ended up buying 3 pieces and the owners even offered a discount without our having to ask for one. The stone items make wonderful souvenir pieces, and one particularly beautiful piece is now on my coffee table.
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