Tag Archives: New Mexico

Backpacking with the Saints

Earlier this year I set out planning a liturgical backpacking trip. After spending sometime working up my little project one morning, I escaped for a bit checking the mail only to find one of my favorite corespondents – the Oxford University … Continue reading

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Sunset in the Pecos

When the sunsets, turning around can be a very good idea. Camping up at a nice little lake next to East Pecos Baldy, we watched the sun set behind the mountain what felt like hours earlier. Conveniently, the lake was … Continue reading

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Bandolier National Monument

Mesa Verde really steals Bandelier National Monument’s thunder. Mesa Verde has a little more wow factor and a little bit grander buildings, but there’s a lot to offer in this little canyon an hour outside of Santa Fe. We came … Continue reading

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Wifey Swimming

The last time she swam was in this pool before yesterday. Let’s put that in perspective. She hasn’t swam or done laps since we were in Santa Fe at the Genoveva Chavez Center sometime back in March. March. I can’t … Continue reading

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Slow Walk Spirituality

Plod is a great word. One foot in front of the other. Tomorrow, I’ll get back to the prayer book work that I have put together. Today, I just want to say that slowly putting one foot in front of another … Continue reading

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Clovis Aquatic Center

A few years ago, I was helping coach an Age Group swim team in Abilene, Tx, and we headed off to a competition in Lubbock. One of the best teams there was a team from Clovis, NM. Now, I’m not … Continue reading

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Santa Fe Follow Up

To finish up my thoughts on Santa Fe, I have to say in general I really liked the place. It is refreshing to know that there is a city in the US that doesn’t have over a million people but still manages … Continue reading

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