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Monthly Archives: April 2022
We have 3 major fires burning now in Northern New Mexico. The Cerro Pelado, Cooks Peak and Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak fires have consumed 168,600 acres as of this morning (approximately 13 Eldorados in size). Smoke from the Cerro Pelado fire … Continue reading
Headed solo to Austin for a memorial service. First visit in many years and things have changed in my old stomping grounds.
We decided to spend the birthday in the neighborhood due to the red flag wind warning. Luckily we were able to enjoy these clouds before the dust moved in.
Interesting clouds at this evening’s sunset along with a nice timelapse.
The greenbelt in Spring is now alive with the chippering of little prairie pals and that brings a young coyote lookin’ to meet a few!
Taking advantage of a warm sunny, non-windy day… we revisited a place we explored back in August. Despite a small wildfire nearby, a lot less smoke than our last visit. And we had the trail all to ourselves!
A waxing crescent moon and Orion setting with Betelgeuse and Sirius nearby.