October in Gay Santa Fe! - Santa Fe Gay Realtor
Photo Courtesy of AA.Com
In a blink of the eye, the leaves have turned orange, golden and reds. The temps have cooled and the smell of pinon wood wafts through the air burning from kiva fireplaces.The beginning of the month started off with a closing of a home in the northwest neighborhood of Aldea. We are excited to welcome another gay couple to the City Different.
Autumn not only ushers in cooler temps but fall also brings a parade or charity galas. The Farmer’s Market Fall Fiesta is a treat for the taste buds. All local foods prepared by some of Santa Fe’s top chefs, we dined, sipped wine, bid on silent and live auction events at the grand pavilion at the Farmer’s Market.
The next weekend we found ourselves at the Barkin Ball benefiting the Santa Fe Animal Shelter. The evening event was held at the Eldorado Hotel and also included a live and silent auction. This event is extra special as it allows the attendees to bring their dogs. Our Giada was bathed, brushed, and dressed for her night on the town. She along with the rest of us had a fantastic evening.
As October progressed, the month was filled with multiple dinner gatherings; we attended a pizza party in the southeast neighborhood of Eldorado, and hosted two dinner parties at my house, all included enjoyable evenings with friends.
Taking a break from Santa Fe, I took a long weekend in Dallas. The Santa Fe airport has daily flights to Denver on United Express and American Eagle has daily flights both to LA and Dallas making it very easy to get in and out of the City Different. It is so convenient parking at the little airport at the edge of town, walking out on the runway to climb the steps to board the plane. Within minutes I was circling above Santa Fe and the Sangre de Cristo mountains on my way to Dallas
Returning from a nice visit to the big city, I am always equally happy to be back in Santa Fe. Was pleasantly surprised to find friends from Chicago visiting and joined them for breakfast at Tecolote. This small local dinner features some of the best French toast in town. You can choose from an assortment of breads from orange, cinnamon and poppy and many more. I like to mix and match!
A few days later, I took out some clients for dinner, now friends, to celebrate the close of their new home and move to Santa Fe. We decided that Chinese was just the order for the occasion and feasted at Chow’s Asian Bistro. It’s always so nice to see people’s dreams of living in Santa Fe come true.
Please check back to see highlights from Santa Fe Gay November.