I love learning about cities with rich cultural heritages; It’s especially interesting to learn about the native tribes that lived in the region before westerners came as well as sadly drove them out of their homeland.
These arenas have traditions that predate any westerner’s foot being on North American soil. Living in south Florida for a number of years acquainted me with native tribes care about the Seminoles, CalUnited Statess, Apalachees, Tocobagas, Potanos, Timucuans, Mayaimi, Ais, Jeagas, as well as Tequestas. During university I had a opportunity to learn native history as well as art designs before taking anthropology classes as well as learning even more. It’s fun traveling to cities that were founded hundreds of years ago, because they have historical sites that are among the oldest in the country. I eventually settled in Bernalillo County after university as well as slowly moved closer to the neighborhood of Albuquerque because there were better job opportunities. Of course this part also has a rich Native American heritage, with tribes care about the Acoma, Cochiti, Isleta, Jemez, Laguna, Nambe, Ohkay Owingeh, Picuris, Pojoaque, Sandia, as well as San Felipe living here for centuriesâ€¦ Despite Albuquerque standing for over 300 years, most of the buildings here have current amenities care about air conditioner as well as heating. It’s necessary in a neighborhood that sees hot as well as cold temperatures below 30 degrees in the Wintertide as well as above 90 degrees in the summer. Right now it’s the middle of December as well as I have my central gas furnace running all afternoon long. I don’t want my pipes to freeze as well as burst, so keeping the heat running is a necessity. I just wish that my gas furnace was more efficient, regardless of me living in a desert neighborhood care about Albuquerque. People don’t understand unless they’ve visited this part or lived here for some amount of time.