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Small Views

We live in this house because it has an incredible view from the river valley to the high peaks of the Pasayten Wilderness. Besides that, there is no practical reason to live here. 148 more words


Rio Grande Fishing and Nature Report - 4/10/16

Upstream in Colorado, irrigation diversions from the Rio Grande and its tributary, the Rio Conejos, began a few days ago. This resulted in the water dropping to a fishable level, down here in New Mexico.  368 more words


Lorane Community News - March 24, 2016

I had a pretty nice welcome to spring the other day. Shortie, Outlaw and I took advantage of a break in the clouds and rain to walk up Easy Acres to get some fresh air and exercise. 506 more words

Newspaper Columns


Western bluebirds are small members of the thrush family. Distinguishing features are bright blue on the head and throat and orange on the breast and sides. 124 more words


A Few Grand Canyon Birds

SW Trip part 7

I had hopes of seeing California Condors at the Grand Canyon but it turns out that they stay down in the canyon til the weather is consistently warm. 69 more words



The past couple days are ones that really makes me feel like spring is near. Sunshine, water from snow melt everywhere and birds singing. I know this is not the case where I live, as we can get snow and cold temps at any point in the next two to three months. 32 more words


A Western Bluebird at her Toilette

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A few weeks ago I had a first time visitor to the little feeder which turned into a bird bath after the rainy week. 127 more words