Monthly Archives: October 2020
The 19th Annual Halloween Cartoon is here! Turn off the lights, huddle round the monitor and travel back to the golden days of pulp. And you can also visit the Crypt for past Halloweens here. As always, young impressionable minds … Continue reading
Our favorite place to go in the Fall and a not so spooky hike before Halloween. Last chance to get up in the Pecos Wilderness before Winter arrives next week.
My wildlife camera finally spotted something we have not seen in the twenty plus years we’ve lived here. At first I though it was another fat bunny!
Another of my heroes has passed on.
The Fall colors are coming out in the neighborhood along with the usual critter migration.
Our annual Fall pilgrimage to Big Tesuque Creek campground, above Santa Fe, New Mexico.
One of the few evenings with clouds to make a nice sunset (due in large part to the extreme drought we are now experiencing).
Heading back from Chama.
Originally, the Denver and Rio Grande Western narrow gauge railroad was built in 1880 to service the mines and timber in Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. The Cumbres and Toltec is one of the biggest tourist attractions in New … Continue reading
We spent a day on our trip to drive up past Chama, over the Cumbres Pass and into Colorado to see the Fall colors.