Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Way

Sometimes the journey is more important than the destination.  This post is part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Way

Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico

“Men in search of a myth will usually find one.” Native American quote While not as famous as Mesa Verde National Park in southwestern Colorado, Bandelier National Monument offers plenty in its own… Continue reading

Santa Fe, New Mexico

“They took my saddle in Houston, broke my leg in Santa Fe.” George Strait Art, food and architecture. These things are Santa Fe, New Mexico. Founded in 1607, making it the oldest state… Continue reading

Taos Pueblo

“The holy land is everywhere.” Nicholas Black Elk The Taos Pueblo in Taos, New Mexico is one of the oldest continuously inhabited site in the United States. The beautiful and ancient adobe structures are estimated… Continue reading

Wheeler Peak, New Mexico

Wheeler Peak 13,159 feet. 2961 gain For Memorial Day 2015 we had originally intended to camp and hike on the western side of Rocky Mountain National Park near Grand Lake, CO, but given… Continue reading

Colorado, thus far

One year ago, we picked up, packed up and headed to Colorado to settle anew. In commemoration of our new home, I’ve put together a compilation of photographs of some of the many… Continue reading


“God has cared for these trees, saved them from drought, disease, avalanches, and a thousand tempests and floods. But he cannot save them from fools.” John Muir  

Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

  This post is part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken  

A Palenque Flashback

On the Mist Trail, Yosemite