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Yearly Archives: 2022
Our local goat herding service helping with weed control, a camouflaged coyote, baby bull snake slithering on the road and a spooky tarantula on the march in search of a mate (that time of year for the spider’s migrations).
I’m catching up on posting old photos with this nice sunset and cloud collection!
A thirsty bobcat came by for a drink at the bird bath, piñon jays are fighting over sunflower seeds, a finch enjoyed the sprinklers and a badger (sighted by our neighbor) has been excavating our driveway.
Drove up the High Road to Taos, hiked the Santa Barbara River, and visited Taos and nearby Arroyo Seco.
The Pecos Wilderness Area has finally been opened up and we took advantage and hiked our favorite creek last week. As usual, very green from all the rain.
The cowpens are beginning to fade as the evening temps are dropping and the rain has taken a break. Nice rainbow to finish it off.
We went up to the Ski Basin for a hike at the Norski Trail and then had lunch at our favorite creek, Big Tesuque. Almost chilly and lush with all of the rain. The creek was gushing.
Thanks to the abundance of rain we’ve had, the greenbelt is awash in flowers… mostly Cowpen Daisies. We’ve gone from a 1200 year drought to over 15 inches of rain since June (an inch over our yearly total)… helping to … Continue reading
We drove up to Abiquiú for a workshop on making cyanotypes given by our favorite artist, Anna Goraczko. There were beautiful vistas and a cyanotype sky at the studio of the workshop host, Hilary Lorenz. Added a rainbow from earlier … Continue reading
He was very interested in the cornucopia of finches that were squawking from the nearby tree.