Tag: New Mexico

Photo of the Day that was Actually Taken on Vacation: Santa Fe Street Scene, Night

A Santa Fe street at night through the window of the Coyote Cafe, where we enjoyed a fabulous meal: More photos here.

Photo of the Day that was Actually Taken A Couple of Weeks Ago: My Home State Welcomes Me Home

New Mexico was glad to see me, a native son, returning home a couple of weeks ago. How do I know? Because this is what greeted us shortly after we crossed the Colorado border:

The people of Frijoles Canyon

From Denver, site of last week’s column, I and my family headed south to the Land of Enchantment, a.k.a. New Mexico. It’s a state famous for many things: beautiful scenery (it greeted us with a vast vista of green plains, blue mountains, and a rainbow); the fact that I was born there (okay, maybe “famous” …

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"It’s really science fiction becoming reality"

“It,” in this case, is New Mexico’s new Spaceport America, the world’s first purpose-built commercial spaceport. That’s my birth state!

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