Monthly Archives: April 2015

Share Your World – 2015 Week 17

My mother taught me that sharing is good, so when Cee prompts us to share, I obey. Most of the time. 1. What is your most favorite smell/scent? Lilacs. Peonies. Newly-mown grass. The air when it’s raining. Baby powder. You … Continue reading

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Oddball Photos – 2015 Week 17

Cee has challenged us once again to post some oddball photos – those photos that do not quite fit into a category. This week I have dug back into my archives to see what I could find. First, from a … Continue reading

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Taming the Wild River

Northwest of Taos, New Mexico, the mighty Rio Grande river flowed with a force sufficient to have cut a gorge 565′ deep. It is hard for me to imagine how much time, how much energy, it took for this river … Continue reading

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Share Your World – 2015 Week 16

I think I missed a couple of weeks of sharing my world, but it seems like a good idea to jump back in today, so here goes: 1. What are your favorite spices? Cinnamon, cumin, smoked paprika – depends on … Continue reading

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Rusty Relics

Today I want to share some of the rusty relics – which is how I feel some days – that I captured on my recent trip. Signs that man occupied these spaces at one time, sadness that we leave clutter … Continue reading

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Not All Gas Pumps Are Created Equal

I live in a state where it is illegal to pump your own gas – unless you’re at a station owned by the Klamath Tribes. The result of not pumping gas for over fifteen years is that on my recent … Continue reading

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A Wood Burning Oven, Taos and a Tired Puppy

While I was in Santa Fe, the Artistic One and I did a lot of exploring and today I’m going to share a little bit more about those explorations. One day for lunch we decided to try a little pizza … Continue reading

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