Mountain Time

half of Taos Mountain

Working up some new material, stay tuned

No one knows why, but here in northern New Mexico it always snows on Sunday. Go ahead, say it. Anyway, it’s true. You can look it up. As you can see above, it’s been altogether too calm and temperate here for quite a while, and the gods will surely punish us soon. Like Sunday morning.

Anyway, here’s half of Taos Mountain, taken just a couple of days ago. It’s been at least three days since I last posted one of these, so here you go. Intense and enervating in these parts, as usual. Back shortly.

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  • judyinboston December 11, 2014, 9:03 AM

    I would trade a little snow for some sunshine. Here in Boston, we haven’t seen the sun for days–maybe a week. Rainy, raw and dreary. Ugggh!



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