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Texas and New Mexico Trip Recap- & Why Speed Bumps Are Always Worth It

Welcome back to Living Purposefully!  Once again, thank you a million times over for reading what little ‘ol me has to say :)

Today on the blog I want to share a recap about my trip to Texas and New Mexico that left me feeling incredibly relaxed, refreshed, and renewed before heading back to work.  2,013 more words



For a weekend I relocated to Northern New Mexico in search of winter landscapes to photograph. My destination was the ski area in and around Taos New Mexico. 58 more words

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Photo Review of Sumner Lake State Park NM

This is a park I have visited many times and before this visit never had any problems. First off the so-called camp host has been here for over eight months and in the three visits I have made, he/she never comes out of the rig. 208 more words


More Photos of Oasis S.P.

Leaving Oasis S.P. and headed 80 miles Northwest to Sumner Lake S.P. until Friday. Then will start making my way to Mountainair N.M. and check out the State Park in that area. 75 more words

6 degrees on the road plus new friends.

Per Wikipedia: “Six degrees of separation is the idea that all living things and everything else in the world are six or fewer steps away from each other so that a chain of “ 857 more words

State Parks deserve love -- and protection --too

From our campsite lakeside at Heron Lake State Park, near Chama NM.

So much of our attention today rides with the 27 National Monuments under review by the Dept of Interior.   340 more words