Category Archives: New Mexico
a desert hymn a slide show wonder . .
In my desert retreat in New Mexico I watched through the window as sheets of rain streamed through the skies and enveloped the landscape. And slid down the glass in an abstract slick. Later when the rain slowed I stepped … Continue reading
Hello Madam Squirrel (please excuse if actually you are a Mister) Yes, as you can see, today is feast day, a bon appetite day in the compost bin – a new delicacy for your sensitive taste buds – baked squash … Continue reading
After a bit of desert crawlers and things that go “sting” in the night, we enter the world of wildflowers. Our friend Michael who has lived in this southern New Mexico desert landscape for eighteen years told us he had … Continue reading
On a bright crisp desert morning I walked outside to the familiar buzz-buzzing of hummingbirds darting to and fro, suspended mid-air, moving from flower to flower in their morning nectar round-up. One rested on a nearby fence long enough to … Continue reading