New stucco covers the adobe walls, and new shake shingles cover the roof and open bell tower of San Isidro Church. Inside, beside a potbellied stove, the wooden altar is painted to look like white marble. The altar is adorned with a hand-carved wooden statue of St. Isidore of Madrid, the plowman whose fields were tilled by an angel while he prayed.
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San Isidro Church
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