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Category Archives: Santa Fe
Nice storm going through bringing rainbows and golden cumulus clouds.
Wildlife visitors to our little home biome!
With 6 wildfires in Arizona burning over 250,000 acres and 2 in Southern New Mexico, the wind is now bringing us the smoke. Not good for the eyes or lungs but the sunset was nice this evening so there’s that.
Sunsets from Sunday and Tuesday night when we had nice cooling rain showers move through.
Growing up in Houston, I heard these bugs every Summer. At times it was pretty loud when they would all reverberate together. You could also find the exuviae (or exoskeletons they would leave behind after moulting). When we first moved … Continue reading
Unusually cool temps in the 40’s in June (!) encourage us to go on a hike up near the Santa Fe Ski Basin on our favorite trail along the North Fork of Tesuque Creek. We discover infestation!
A neighborhood totem pole reminding us to wear our masks.