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The world’s largest: El Paso, Texas

“The exception proves the rule.” Usually, I write my blog posts in chronological order, and as a rule, we don’t drive on Interstates.  However, in an effort to visit Death Valley before it becomes too hot for Alie to enjoy, we have been taking I-10 from Lake City, Florida across the country. 268 more words

Travel Logs

Changes, Havasu Canyon, Winter 1970

Changes was a federally-funded Outward Bound-style program, headquartered in Las Cruces, NM. An educator by the name of William O. Evans had talked the United States Post Office Dep’t. 570 more words


The Roadrunner

New Mexico loves the roadrunner.  The residents, and more importantly, the powers that be loved it so much that, way back in 1949, it was adopted as the state bird. 311 more words

i love my job. november 11th. twenty fifteen.

Early last month (October), a friend asked me to photograph an adoption event for an organization she is involved with. I was hesitant because I am not a fan of event photography; I dislike “posed” photos and that’s a lot of what event photography entails. 249 more words

Photography And Such

Blogging Vacation is Over - Time to Quilt and Enjoy Arizona

I really cannot believe that it was 2 September 2015 when I did my last Blog before beginning the packing and loading of the 5th Wheel for our annual trek to Arizona.   1,116 more words