Canyons are Gorge-ous!
When I approached George Austin, owner of Silver Imaging, about doing a hike and article with me, his eye brows went up, his eyes got wide, and he said, “sure!”. 851 more words
Southwestern New Mexico is a beautiful place – rugged and remote in a majestic, but formidable way.
The terrain perfectly parallels the lives of its early residents, back in the days when mining meant survival for Silver City, Pinos Altos, Tyrone and countless other little towns. 647 more words
October 2015 – Walter La Fleur – Gold Gulch
On the southern edge of the Burro Mountains, in the foothills between the Big Burros and the plains of Lordsburg, lies dramatic terrain full of ranching activities, abandoned mines, Native American history, and hiking adventures. 673 more words
By Linda Ferrara
I sometimes consider hiking and being in nature to be a spiritual activity. When a friend and I used to hike on Sunday mornings, we would call it “going to church.” So, last year when I witnessed Pastor Tyler Connoley and members of his congregation hiking silently as part of a church service, I knew we were destined to hike together. 622 more words