No not the software. We were way up close to the Colorado border today in Taos, New Mexico a place where America's oldest continuously inhabited village can be found. I asked around and no one knew anything of a Charlton takeover.
It is thought Taos Pueblo
was established between 1000 and 1450 A.D., and around 1,000 relatives of native americans still live on the 95,000 acre reservation. We were told that the tribes values and past oppressions, of which there are many will go untold due to the tribe's secretive nature, which I reckon is a shame.
The pueblo with it's adobe houses could have belonged to a film set but in each adobe house tiny elderly men and women greeted us warmly and offered their crafts for sale. One friendly lady upon finding out our nationality talked excitedly about the upcoming Wimbledon tournament. Stood inside her world talking of Rafa Nadal's injury we could have been anywhere, but as we left I stepped back and looked up at the multistoried structure with ladders traditionally the only entrance and exit and the thick walls of the adobe, made solely of clay, straw, sand and water. The imposing mountains of Sangre de Cristo stood silently behind. It was a different world from a different time.