It was a chilly day in New Mexico with even a few snow flurries, but we didn't mind because we were taking refuge with the bats hundreds of feet below the earth's surface at Carlsbad Caverns. We spent a couple of hours making the big loop through all of the caverns that are open to … Continue reading Carlsbad Wonders
We must probe deep below to eludecities that crack their knuckles against the skyand humanity staking its territorywith appointments, verdicts and broken glass. We delve, as if craving some sourcethat sculpts these interjections in stonewhich we parallel with celluloid scenes:what endures versus what must pass.
Today's blog is inspired by last week's #TRLT discussion on Twitter about Deserts and Dry Places. We used to write off deserts and dry places as wasted space. But within the past couple of years we've learned to appreciate the diversity of geology, biology and general atmosphere that deserts offer. Deserts are full of hidden … Continue reading Desert & Dry Places