• Archive for October, 2016

    A Sorrowful Farewell

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    When I awoke at 3:30 AM this morning, it was early to get myself ready for a 10+ hour drive to see family in Kansas this weekend. It would be a well-desired getaway from a few exceptionally heavy work weeks, I thought. The drive time out would be time to think a little, to...

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    All I remember is climbing a tightly enclosed wood-walled staircase at one end of the building up a few floors, and then on the third floor at near the middle of the landing was a door and behind it was a room with two beds that accommodated the pitch of the roof so that...

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    Afternoon Walk

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    It’s been a melancholy day all day, so after a morning of doing little, I went for what I thought would be a short walk this afternoon in the Bosque down by the river. It became a 3 hours shuffle amidst sunlight and silence, but at least it produced a few photos. The bike...

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    Chama Colors

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    I had been thinking about it for three weeks, so last Sunday, I got up early and hit the road. To ride the train. The Cumbres-Toltec Scenic Railroad is famous for its fantastic fall train rides between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado. The narrow gauge line, established in the 1880’s to help get...

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