Writing

Retirement

south of Taos looking north

It isn’t all exactly bad

Behold the view from a foreclosure we saw recently. If it only cost a third less, selling the Bugatti might just get us there, except for all the water damage—probably needs a new roof, oy. Foreclosures are weird, too. In this case the seller sets a price that lasts a month, only takes bids above [...]

Walking in the Light 2.0

Llano Quemado

Don’t get comfy

I could have been an outlaw preacher. This will have to do.

Shaky But Chic

downtown Taos, sort of

The block ahead has half a dozen empty storefronts. Can’t buy groceries or nails for half a mile.

For the record, real-life hero journeys kind of suck. On the other hand, the cool thing about being an artist is you never get to quit. None of this lying around and feeling guilty like my mother did because the doctor used forceps to pull my brother Bill out after he got twisted when she [...]

Onward, Etc.

Rio Pueblo gorge

Looking north over the Rio Pueblo gorge, 2-10-2018

No, I haven’t been posting much lately. But that doesn’t mean there’s not a lot going on in between my ears and in my heart. I haven’t written much off-site, either. This is tricky to explain and I doubt I will, but rest assured the trends are positive. I’ll tell you a little story, though… [...]

Natural Born Killer

Natural Born Killer post image

FYI: I’ve been dealing with a mouse tonight, so I decided to post this edited chapter from my Taos Soul book. Same cat now, just not as deadly. – JHF “AAAGHH!” she screamed. “Are you okay?” I shouted from the bathroom. (I was not in a position to render assistance.) “Yes… but THERE’S A MOUSE [...]

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