Today, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun.
With record highs being recorded everywhere this summer, it might be time to head for higher ground.
Between scaling steep ski slopes to jogging through aspen groves, mountain trail runs challenge participants with hard breathing climbs and free fall descents (though there are some races which are uphill only.)
I’ve been in bed all weekend with a bad cold.
The water is high and I’ve got a lot on my mind.
I’ve been dreaming of the ocean for a year at least.
After the heavy Spring snows and a very white Winter, we are looking at a High Water Season here in Taos.
March came in like a lamb here in Taos, but is leaving us like a lion.
This is what it looks like in Taos this morning.
Today is the first day of Spring here in the mountains, and by the sound of the birds outside my window, Nature is celebrating Her arrival!
The sun is shining, the sky is brilliant, cerulean blue – it’s t-shirt weather up here in the High Desert but there’s still plenty of snow on the Mountain.
This Sunday, February 26, there’s a powerful new moon/solar eclipse in Pisces.