Monthly Archives: September 2011
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When we hike here, we often see reminders of people who lived here before us. This is a piece of pottery made by the Mimbres who lived here between 700 and 1200 AD. Their pottery has striking black and white … Continue reading
I like the old barns the best, the ones on their last legs, returning to the earth. And yet this one saddens me. It was the horse barn on my grandparents’ farm in Nebraska. When I was a child (over … Continue reading
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At a stop sign, a small car pulls up just as a stray dog wanders in the intersection. Not just any stray dog, but a Great Dane. The driver reaches out and calls the dog who comes to the car. … Continue reading
It must be chile harvest time – the smell of roasting chiles wafts over most New Mexican towns. The chile center is in Hatch, a small town along the Rio Grande, but the chile roasters are in every town on … Continue reading
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We had very little rain this year, so it’s only in secluded areas that we find water. But it is there. For other views of Our World Tuesday
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I’m not much of a shopper but I’m always up for a trip to Palomas Mexico, a few hours away. We do this every few months – Nancy buys her tiles there for mosaics. And I often buy oil cloth … Continue reading
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