Much like taking a drive for the sole purpose of getting lost, only to find your way once again as was often the case during outings as a child, my cooking has taken the same sort of philosophy. “I have no idea what I’m doing.” – I have caught myself saying that more times than […]
I have a good buddy – Danna – who lives up in the Pacific Northwest. She and I have been friends for roughly 16 years or so. Her area of the country is what I would consider to be the “enchanted emerald coast” and she knows I live in “The Land of Enchantment”. It’s the […]
Sure, I’ve had time off from work. Of course, nowadays companies (notably, the ones I’ve worked for) conflate “sick time” with “paid time off” without any benefits known as “vacation time”, which means I’ve easily been able to burn through all of my available time off in various ways. One year there was the funeral […]
New Mexico is a very old place, relative to the rest of the United States. Santa Fe, the state capitol, is the second oldest city in the United States by only 20 years (oldest is Saint Augustine, Fla.).
In southern New Mexico, in the Gila Wilderness area lies a landscape vastly different than is seen up north.
The Albuquerque Railyards – as it’s known to locals, or the Santa Fe Railway Shops, as it is known historically, is one of those places I had always wanted to see, but never had the chance to visit.
Usually “throwback” refers to a glimpse into the past. I took this picture back in July of 2007, shortly after moving to New Mexico. I remember looking at the sky, and marveling at how incredible it was, which is why I tried to capture as much of it as I could from as many angles […]
Somewhere in northern New Mexico, filled with aspen trees, wildflowers and the perfect mixture of meadow and forestland, Hamilton Mesa trail head is absolutely spectacular.