land of enchantment: Lakes in the desert... - 07/26/10 06:56 AM
Folks who are not familiar with New Mexico often think "desert" and picture an area full of nothing but sand dunes and cactus. Couldn't be further frorm the truth! In addition to our lush, green river valley areas and pine-covered "Rocky Mountain Highs," we've even got lakes. Pretty big lakes. For boating and watere skiing and fishing...
Recently, my extended family spent a long weekend at one of our nearby lakes, Elephant Butte. Just an hour and a half drive south from our home in Bosque Farms, we enjoyed getting out on the jet skis, boating, water skiing, inner tubing, making … (1 comments)

land of enchantment: Name that Photo-- don't gulp! - 07/13/09 06:04 AM
OK, folks, who can tell what this one is?
 
I took it here in New Mexico on Saturday, but you sure wouldn't have to be in the Land of Enchantment to find one for yourself (unlike the flowery entry I made a couple of days ago, which no one has guessed yet!)
 
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land of enchantment: No, it's not a hobbit hole! - 07/10/09 09:34 AM
What is it? Where is it? What is it used for?
Sorry, Frodo, it's not a hobbit hole!
Hints?
I took this photo within 50 miles of my house...
Let's see how the Activerain "Name that Photo" group can do with it. Care to take a stab at identifying it?

(If you've never been to the Land of Enchantment, an exact ID could be a toughie, but maybe you can come up with a more general description...)
 
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land of enchantment: I'm so lucky... to live here! - 05/12/09 02:26 PM
I'm so lucky to live where I live, here in Bosque Farms, NM! Take a look, and see what I mean! I've got
1. wonderful, "Land of Enchantment" sunsets and rainbows to look at right outside my front door
 
 
 
 
 
2. plenty of water to grow a huge, food-factory-size garden, despite living in a "desert" state
 
 
 
 
 
3. cranes, ducks, geese, and other waterfowl hanging out in my pastures and flying overhead along the Rio Grande
 
 
 
 
 
4. lush pastures for my little herd of horses (a necessity for a "horse … (9 comments)

 
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