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A season in the nosebleed seats

Unit is scouted, tree stands are set, and broadheads are sharp. Starting tomorrow, I’m off to the elk woods, hopefully with the chance to fill our freezer with some elk or deer. 153 more words

Bowhunting

Unplanned

No promises as to resuming a regular posting. As today’s essay reflects, my life is unfolding in such an unplanned way that I know better than to commit yet to any regular writing schedule. 729 more words

Life Wisdom

Commissioners ask county treasurer to resign

DONA ANA COUNTY, N.M. (KRQE) – Dona Ana County commissioners want the county treasurer to resign after an employee accused him of soliciting sex from her. 64 more words

News

Abandoned 5-year-old to be reunited with parents

FORT SUMNER, N.M. (KRQE) – A 5-year-old girl who was left at a Fort Sumner gas station will be reunited with her parents.

According to police 5-year-old Sasha was in the care of a babysitter when she was abandoned at an Allsups gas station in 300 block of east Sumner Avenue near Highway 60 and Highway 84. 62 more words

News

Chile Rellenos

I have lived in New Mexico for most of my life.  Every year, I look forward to the end of August with excitement and anticipation and glee.  426 more words

Mexican Food

Avoiding Goodbyes

After 761 miles, 12 hours, and 1 satiating stop at In-N-Out Burger, I made it home from Albuquerque over a week ago. 

It rained for the first hour of our drive, which made leaving New Mexico more melancholy than I had anticipated. 686 more words

Travel

Snake Advocate

Ranger John has become an magnate and advocate for snakes here at Coronado Historic Site. He keeps finding them, or should I say they keep finding him. 108 more words

Coronado Historic Site