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Labor Day Ideas for Family Fun Near Albuquerque

Labor Day weekend marks the ceremonial end of summer. Why not take the coming Labor Day weekend to do something fun with the kids and enjoy these last few days before fall begins? 358 more words

Albuquerque

ASPENS

ASPENS ————-

JIM PECHA, B.ARCH. CHRISTIAN ARTIST,
MINISTER OF CREATIVITY, COPYRIGHT 2014 —————-

On a sunny fall day it is great to take a leisurely ride up the back of the Sandia Mountains to feel the cool air and see the yellow aspen trees leaves. 159 more words

Photo And Text

Dawn skies

‘The breeze at dawn has secrets to tell you. Don’t go back to sleep . . .’

~  Rumi

Photography

Book Review: Four Square Leagues: Pueblo Indian Land in New Mexico, By Malcolm Ebright, Rick Hendricks, and Richard W. Hughes

Reviewed by KAY MATTHEWS

Anytime you have three writers working together on one book there are bound to be logistical problems, disagreements, and many revisions. Especially when they are prominent historians and legal scholars like the three authors of Four Square Leagues: Malcolm Ebright, land grant historian, lawyer, and director of the Center for Land Grant Studies; Rick Hendricks, the New Mexico State Historian and author and editor of numerous other books; and Richard W. 1,344 more words

Law And Courts

Early morning around Albuquerque Academy

It was my first morning run for several weeks. At 6:45 am, camera in hand, I drove to the 312 acres of Albuquerque Academy. It ended up being a sort of interval training, as I would run and then spot a photo I wanted. 71 more words

Photography

New Mexico skies, 3

Watching a storm move south from the Sandia foothills;

Caught a bolt of lightning;

Southern edge of the storm;

Through cholla skeleton;

Purple rain . . .

Photography