Tasty Santa Fe Recipes from the Inn on the Alameda

May 24, 2010

When you think of travel, one of the things that pops into your mind is what you had to eat that you wish you could have again. Food is definitely one of the elements that makes a journey memorable, and … Continue reading

The Rio En Medio Trail

May 17, 2010

Trail name: Rio En Medio: map link here. Recommended seasons: The lower part of this trail is an all-seasons trail, although it can be icy in winter. There are a number of shallow water crossings and you’re likely to get … Continue reading

Vegetarian Santa Fe

May 13, 2010

True confessions: I am not so mindful as to have given up animal protein, but I do enjoy my healthful veggies along with those who are working their admirable way towards a higher consciousness. This kind way of eating is … Continue reading

Eyes on the ground: Hiking the Dale Ball Trails in Santa Fe

May 10, 2010

  Trail name: Dale Ball Trails South: map  link here and here. Recommended seasons: These are all-seasons hikes. The trails can be snowy in winter but they are unsuitable for snowshoes. The Dale Ball Trail system ranges in elevation from 7000′ to 9000′ above … Continue reading

One-stop Santa Fe Shopping

May 06, 2010

Uh-Oh! Didn’t remember to call Santa Fe Baskets to create a lovely gift basket for Mom this Sunday? Not a problem, you can do it yourself! Don’t have a basket? Head for Cost Plus at Sanbusco! Buy the basket and … Continue reading

A Bad Day for Geology

May 03, 2010

Perhaps I should modify that to say “a bad day for doing geology”, as in, it’s really hard to find subtle contacts in the rock record when the ground is covered in two inches of fresh snow, and the trail … Continue reading


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