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April 2014 - Flying Saucer Hike

Are you coming here to record your guess? Put it in a ‘comment’ attached to this post. And thanks for stopping by!

Susan and Tom Lynch… 695 more words

New Mexico

IMAGES OF SMALL THINGS FROM THE BIGGEST COUNTY IN TEXAS #714 – THE VISTAS OF NEW MEXICO RIVAL WEST TEXAS

The Black Range mountains in the Gila National Forest west of Truth or Consequences NM at sundown. A beautiful place to be.

enjoy each day and catch as many sunsets as you can! en theos ††† jim

Photography

Scat Happens

Sedona, Arizona
I’ve cheered up and warmed up since my last post.  However, as you probably figured from the title of this post, life continues to—um—provide fine opportunities for growth, such as: 363 more words

Places

Life in Rural America

I usually post a poem on Wednesdays, but I’ve been distracted this week by our project to run a water line from our newly-drilled well to the house.  475 more words

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January 2014 - Little Bear Canyon–Trail 729

A Hike with Julian Lee to Little Bear Canyon,  near the Middle Fork of the Gila River.

Being a herpetologist (study of amphibians and reptiles) and an avid bird watcher, it’s not surprising that Julian Lee has done his fair share of hiking.

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New Mexico

February 2014 - Purgatory Chasm

A beautiful hike with Bob Pelham, Photographer

Silver City is full of fascinating people and Bob Pelham is certainly one of them. He leads tours to Latin American destinations such as the Amazon rain forest, is an accomplished photographer, owns and operates Pinos Altos Cabins, is extremely knowledgeable about border security, seems to know every secret natural wonder in a 100-mile radius, and has a cunningly corny sense of humor. 754 more words

New Mexico

December 2013 - Sheridan Corral Trail #181

Distance: Various
Difficulty: Moderate-Difficult
Directions: Beginning at the intersection of Hwy. 90 and Hwy. 180 West in Silver City, drive west on Hwy. 180 for 51.9 miles. 310 more words

New Mexico