Sunday, February 10, 2008

Yes Virginia, there is a New Mexico

After arriving in Santa Fe last Monday, I relaxed on my sister's back porch until she got home from work.







She took me out to dinner where I saw her son and grandaughter for the first time in several years.








After dinner, I went out with her husband to run around on the hillside she lives on in the dark. He does this all the time apparently. We're both wearing headlamps. His is bigger than mine. Believe me, I can assure you that size does matter.









This is the hillside we scrambled around for an hour Monday night. I stepped out my sister's back door and shot this the next morning.










Then I went downtown to the Plaza. Santa Fe was a colonial capital before any settlers arrived at Jamestown. The Native Americans have been selling their wares here for hundreds of years.







Oh, yes, it started snowing. I was driving back to Denver the next day.


6 comments:

Danielle in Iowa said...

All this head lamp running through southwestern wilderness! I would be pretty afraid of wild animals :-)

DawnB said...

there is no mistaken that this is your sister Peter. "hillside you scramble around in the dark"

Just12Finish said...

You and your sister - no doubt Peter.

Sunshine said...

Appreciated all the pictures and commentary, Peter. Snow pictures awesome; Colorado has more snow than Minnesota.
Running, scenery, family & friends: What a great trip you had!

Susan said...

Onw word: WOW.

Rainmaker said...

Wow, you're just getting around this week. Nice photos!