The next morning we strolled the waterfront—again. Both of us had fallen for Melbourne. David had always said he would never live in a city, but if he ever did, it would be Melbourne. Two firsts for him: ranching in New Zealand and city living in Melbourne. Sounded like he was ready to be an Aussie or a Kiwi. Seriously though, we have no plans to emigrate, but another visit? Definitely. Continue reading
This post is dedicated to artist and musician George Chacón who left us too soon http://taosnews.com/stories/taos-artist-george-chacn-has-died,39640?. His artwork is prominently displayed in downtown Taos. The piece is signed and his signature is shown at the end of this post. Continue reading
A Darcy McClain fan once asked me if I knew that Canyon Road was in Santa Fe? Yes, I certainly do, but I see the long, narrow, one-way road as an artistic subculture, a haven onto itself, so in my mind I’ve always separated the two. Photo: Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe, New Mexico.