Two earthquakes. The first one was on Thursday July 4th. The second one was on July 5th, the day after! This is from ABC News. This is a photo of our TV screen just now! Wow! The second one happened just last night. That was the 7.1 one. I'm told that a 7.1 earthquake is 10 times worse than a 6.4. Hope this is it for them! Or at least no more big ones! My daughter Erica felt the second one and so did Bert's sister Diana. Erica lives near LA. Diana lives in Arizona near the tip of Nevada.
July 4 - Happy USA Independence Day celebration at Kit Carson Park with @lonniejordanwar. The bands: War and Ozo. It was free!
July 7 - Cool old church on the way home from Santa Fe, New Mexico. We had a fine fun Sunday.
July 9 - Well, this is part of my life so I'm posting it. As you can see, a coffin. It's about a quarter of a mile or so from our place. We have no clue how long it's been there. We saw it about 4 or so months ago. Had never been down that road before. Somebody bought it apparently online from Wal-mart for their own future use. But when the person died, the family got another coffin. And this one is now just sitting there. I also heard that this past spring someone ran into it with their vehicle and knocked it off the stand. So there it sits.
July 11 - Me lying in the grass at the Taos Plaza waiting for the music to start.
July 11 - Still listening to music on the Taos Plaza.
Flower with a bee
July 23 - Rustic ceiling and new drapes in our living room.
July 24 - Pumpkin and Sparky. Pumpkin is 7. Sparky is 13. They have both been sleeping on my bed lately. They like to sleep during the day.
July 27 - Beautiful sunset clouds and mountains at the bottom. By me. In New Mexico. No filter. No Photoshop.
July 27 - Beautiful double rainbow in northern New Mexico.
July 30 - This was one of my dad's pocket watches. I have no clue who gave it to him. It's mine now. I also have his wallet and driver's license. It isn't gold or anything. Not worth much except of sentimental value. He died in 2004 at the age of 96.
August 3 - We are waiting for the Taos Pride parade. We're going to the thing at Kit Carson Park later too.
August 3 - Above and below: Part of the Taos Pride Parade.
August 6 - Lightning storm to the north of us. It could hit us or it could totally go around us. We're at about 7,400 feet elevation.
August 15 - A couple of random people dancing during Taos Plaza Live.
August 16 - Abby and my daughter Erica. I stole this from @wearcapeancowl - that's Erica's friend Abby. They are at the Labyrinth of Jareth Masquerade event. What fun! Abby and Erica are besties! They have awesome paper dolls for all ages and fantastic stickers, blank greeting cards and other items. Available on Etsy. Check them out by clicking here.
August 23 - Pretty little flower not too far from our home.
August 31 - Last beautiful sunset in August.
September 6 - A view out our window looking to the south, with my phone, through one of the lenses of my binoculars. I could have zoomed in even more. Maybe next time. Yes, people live there. There's a travel trailer off the picture to the right. And there's a truck at the top too! And a bus.
September 10 - Beautiful sunset, looking to the west.
September 11 - Almost full moon last night.
September 13 - Above and below: Happy Friday the 13th and full moon! We're at the Paseo Project. Cool Huge robot statue. It didn't move but had music playing near it. It had two faces, one facing the road the one facing the field.
The handout from The Paseo says: 26. With Open Arms We Welcomed That Which Would Destroy Us ~ by Christian Ristow, Taos, NM. A totem of a robot diety sent back in time for us from one possible future. It poses a question: What sort of future do we want?
Sept. 13 - Full moon over an art installation at a Taos event called The Paseo 2019. Also happened Sept 14. We attended the one on the 13th. It was fun. The handout says about this art installation: 13. the Numinous Eye Arch by Ron Gesink, Oakland, CA. (It really does say Numinous.) A 40 foot span flaming steel archway. Constructed from salvaged steel and an old spotlight, it serves as a curious symbolic panopticon overlooking Paseo 2019.
September 29 - Here's our house with a fresh coat of paint and being prepared for winter.
October 1 - Beautiful sunset in northern New Mexico. Facing west.
October 7 - Pretty changing colors on the trees at the Taos Ski Valley. They are doing major construction. I didn't take any pictures of that. It's all very noisy.
October 10 - Just before the sun rose this morning. A silhouette of Wheeler Peak and Taos Mountain. I'm pretty proud of this photo. Actually, I accidentally had the flash on, on my phone and this one turned out the best of the bunch I took! Ha ha!
October 14 - Lovely trees in Carson National Forest near Taos, NM.
Me in one of my 2019 Halloween Costumes. The Happy Goth!
October 28 - Pretty view. Heading back to Taos. Somewhere between Taos and Penasco.
My darling daughter Erica, to the right, with her coworkers. They are dressed for Halloween as people from the movie Midsommar which came out Summer of 2019. No they are not really cult members. This is great! I love it! Added February 2020: I've now seen the movie and I even love this picture more now! They took the picture and Erica photoshopped in the background from the movie poster.
October 17 - At the Confluence of the Rio Grande and the Rio Pueblo.
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