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Yearly Archives: 2023
November ends with a blast of much needed moisture. Snowed about 4 inches; enough to cover up our surviving pumpkin! More is on the way.
High wispy cirrus clouds and the puffy popcorn cumulus clouds building up over the Sangres. For your Thanksgiving entertainment!
And a nice time lapse of the clouds passing underneath.
Evening before the storm sunset with the longhorn herd passin’ by and our first snowfall of the year the next morning! The pumpkins are looking a bit tired and cold!
Our semi-annual bike ride along the Rio Grande. Still lots of color along the trail and the weather was perfect despite a forecast of high winds.
It’s that super scary time of the year. No, not the war in the Ukraine, the war in the Middle-East, the war in Yemen, the war against Democracy, the War on Drugs or all those other wars going on. It’s … Continue reading
A visit to the little village of Galisteo, just south of our home. Most of the Fall color is now to the South of us.