Monthly Archives: August 2011
Just a silly one for this week’s Wordless Wednesday.
Another new meme! I do like these. Our World Tuesday shares the wonders of our world. Participation is worldwide.
I found another linky that I like – Barn Charm. I do love photos of barns, especially the old ones. Here’s my entry – a barn somewhere near Mercey Hot Springs, California.
Why doesn’t this rock slide off? Would you picnic below it? How does this tree survive? These photos are from the Pyramid Peak hike near Gallup, New Mexico.
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Shidoni is one of my favorite places in the Santa Fe area. Eight acres of outdoor sculpture in a beautiful setting in Tesuque, NM. My favorite piece today is the steel sculptured laundry line that seems to blow in the … Continue reading
On the way to Gallup last week we stopped at the Albuquerque Alpacas ranch, which incidentally has an incredible gift shop with locally spun yarn and finished products. This was the first time I had been around alpacas and they … Continue reading
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We hiked the trail up Pyramid Peak in Red Rock Park, near Gallup this weekend. Nice hike, just three miles total, but a good climb. And great views from the top. Along the way we were shadowed by hoodoos – … Continue reading
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From my Monday morning walk in Mescal Canyon: After years of walking in this canyon, I saw a Box Turtle there for the first time. It was in the shade on the walk out, so I was eager to see … Continue reading
Alongside the interstate just south of Rincon, New Mexico there’s a big nest in a mesquite tree. I’ve watched it for years usually slowing down to 65 mph. Often it’s empty, but sometimes there was a Redtail hawk in it. … Continue reading
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