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City of Rocks State Park

We are camp hosting here for the months of January and February 2018. This park is the most remote state park in New Mexico and if you know rural New Mexico you understand that we are a long way from anywhere.  598 more words

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Ten Hard Lessons on Sustaining Organizational Improvement

 

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND GOVERNMENT: Ten Hard Lessons I Have Learned

For the past four years, I have been working hard to implement a new way of thinking within the police department as well as within city government in Madison. 2,447 more words

The Miracle On Highway 152...My Rescuer

Last Saturday, Mark and I randomly met up with one of the two guys who initially went down to rescue me after I had been discovered by two women who had heard my cries for help that late December morning. 874 more words

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Rockhound Festival of Lights

On Friday, December 9, 2017, we walked down to Rockhound State Park’s annual Fesrival of Lightsput on by the “Friends of Rockhound” non-profit. They have been doing this for a few years and a couple of years back became part of the Marine League’s “Toys for Tots” program and it’s developed into a great partnership. 117 more words

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Chillin' at Rockhound

Today we woke up and it was snowing outside. Not unheard of here in Deming, but something of a novelty. Being from the northeast we are not put off by snow flurries and snow showers. 168 more words

Crafting a 3-mile Hike at Rockhound

A daily 3-mile hike seems to be our ticket to good health, both mentally and physically. Although we can’t always reach that goal, we try. Here at Rockhound State Park we experimented and found that by following the two main (managed) trails in succession, and then reversing direction, we got our three mile hike. 197 more words

Rockhound and Deming

Yesterday we made our travel transition from Oliver Lee State Park near Alamogordo to Rockhound State Park in Deming. At Oliver Lee we had crossed paths with our long time friend, Sebastian and his feline companions Meadow and Mesa. 146 more words