Still Enchanted

New Mexico’s State slogan is “The Land of Enchantment”, and The Beloved and I it’s a pretty special place. We have a history there that dates back to the very beginning of our relationship and so it holds a lot of sentimental value for us. We thought we’d go back often, but in our time…

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We’ll Always Have Santa Fe

Whenever we’d talk to people over the last couple of years about New Mexico, we’d invariably say, “I can’t believe we haven’t been back”. The been-back refers to the fact that before we moved into The Aerie, the Beloved lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico for 3+ years.  In fact, it was the place where…

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Heading Home: Chilis, Aliens and Cowboys

  Ristra So last weekend we were successful at bringing the Beloved and our trusty companion Eutaw back to San Diego from Santa Fe.  It was a great trip – we let ourselves do it over three days rather than trying to rush back.  Leaving Santa Fe was sort of bittersweet – it’s a great…

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City Different Afternoon

Went this past weekend to New Mexico for one of our last weekends that was primarily relaxation.  On Saturday, we spent the weekend running some errands, but those tasks had the benefit of being run in downtown Santa Fe — one of the last truly unique places in America. MFA_070203 One thing that most people…

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Vox Hunt: Personal Best

Show us the best picture you took in 2006.Submitted by Captured Moments.   Cheating — putting two… Capistrano Ruins This picture was taken in April during a long weekend in Laguna and Orange County.  On Sunday (it was Easter Sunday actually), we went to the Mission San Juan Capistrano — famous for its returning swallows.…

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The Lazy Day and the Active Day

First off, Thanksgiving was great.  The table groaned under the burden of way too much delicious food, and there was even more good cheer to go around than there was food.  The bird was better than any we had roasted over the previous years, so I was pretty happy and relieved (since I was in…

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