Every now and then, I encounter a home that is forgotten but not gone. There seems to be something about northern New Mexico architecture that makes live on beyond generations of inhabitants. This abandoned house is an example. It was once a home hand-made of adobe bricks. By adobe, I mean actual mud. Now, there is no longer any roof. And there is no clue if it the roof was flat, pitched or even ever there. Nature has taken over the interior turning the floor into a natural garden of weeds and flowers. It appeared to have been a home with a view. And there is no story other than what I can imagine. Today, it sits quietly on the landscape without a story or a for sale sign. It is forgotten, but not gone! And one thing is for certain, Santa Fe style can last forever.