We woke to snow this morning! Only about an inch though. I had to go out and dust off our solar panels and I took these photos. These are two of our little trees. The snow will be gone by this afternoon. Supposed to be a high of 43 (Fahrenheit) today. It's sunny with a blue sky now.
Here's one of our tiny trees. You can see the snow is melting! You can see the bit of sagebrush bush off to the left also covered in snow.
January 5 - Beautiful Sunset in northern New Mexico.
Beautiful sunrise this morning over the Sangre de Christo Mountains.
Again, beautiful sunrise this morning.
More beautiful sunrise.
We had lunch at Gutters Bowling and pizza place in Taos.
Lovely sunset and moon.
We've got snow. Not even two inches though.
Dogs playing in the snow. Not our dogs. They belong to a neighbor and they follow us when we walk.
January 22 - Our current house today. We've lived here from September 2010 to present. It's totally off the grid. We have ourselves and two cats. We love it!
January 24 - Here and below: Our fire in our fireplace. Before I added more firewood. I added another piece of wood then closed the door. Now we're toasty warm.
We had breakfast here today for Bert's birthday at the Farm House Cafe in Taos.
We had a drink here at the Alley Cantina today for Bert's Birthday.
Above and below: Beautiful sunset in northern New Mexico.
And there's the extinct volcano "Two Peaks"
February 8 - Another sunset
February 7 - Really cool dragon water fountain in Taos. Which isn't running now in winter; probably not at all anyway. This is behind where we used to live. I love it! We visit it once in a while. We hope they get it running again!
February 7 - Some of my ancient Egyptian type stuff. The goddess Bast and the Goddess Isis.
February 10 - Check it out! I can put on and wear, again, my original wedding band that my husband Bert put on my finger on December 3rd 1977 when we got married the first time! I've lost 41 pounds since last summer!
February 12 - We have a tiny bit of snow today. We had a tiny bit yesterday too. It was sunny yesterday, not today though. We live at 7400 feet elevation. This is looking south toward Three Peaks, the other extinct volcano.
We have 3 inches of snow. These are our solar panels. I took this before I cleaned them off. It's still coming down a bit. Virtually no snow and now this. Ha ha...
This is our little area by the firewood room. Note the skull.
February 19 - We've got hail and thunder.
February 21 - Pretty Taos Mountain with snow and clouds.
It was snowing hard when I took this photo at 7:51 this morning.
Lovely snow. Looking at the back of our off-the-grid house. It's getting more and more sunny now. It's supposed to remain sunny now and be sunny tomorrow.
Looking at Two Peaks the extinct volcano from behind our off-the-grid house.
February 26 - At the Bear Claw Bakery & Cafe in Taos for coffee and pastries. Yumm!
March 5 - At the Kit Carson Park. Near the Kit Carson Cemetery. Arthur R. Manby gravestone. It's a Grave in the middle of the park!
March 13 - Me in Taos, with the Taos Mountain in the background.
March 15 - It's the ides of March. Here's an elk skull (above and below) according to some guy on Instagram. That makes sense according to where we found it.
March 15 - And now it's snowing.
Sunday March 18 - It's snowing! Actually that might be mini hail. Anyway, it's really coming down! I'm not going out there! I took this through our porch window. It was sunny this morning!
March 16 - We had a high wind all night last night and it calmed down just when the sun rose. I looked out at like 3 am and it was windy and the stars were out. And today it's sunny.
March 17 - Breakfast at Michael's Kitchen in Taos.
March 21 - (above and below) Cool metal globe sculpture near UNM Taos campus south of Taos.
March 26, afternoon - It's snowing.
April 7 - (above and below) Pretty sunset clouds and mountains.
April 24 - Beautiful sunset sky.
April 27 - And here's my dear husband, Bert, with our cat Pumpkin.
May 2 - Our wood burning stove. With the door open and fire inside; and with the door closed. Isn't it cool? It was made in the 1920s. It keeps us warm and is still burning fires inside. At Carson Estates at Cerro de los Taoses in Northern New Mexico.
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