I flew out to New Mexico in January. It had been waaay too long since I’d seen my pal, Kath, and been in the high desert. I totally love it out there. This is the landscape that I have returned to most often in my life.
We began, as always at The Range Cafe in Albuquerque, for the best huevos rancheros ever! We had a sweet, low-key visit. A lovely in person catch-up. We saw a couple movies, ate out some. Kath cooked and we ate at home some, and spent a few hours with the sweetest grand daughters on the planet. Oh, and we also did a spa day at the Trimble hot springs up in Hermosa, Colorado. No major sightseeing, as it was super cold. Farmington had had some snow before I arrived and was deep into the deep-freeze season.
This post will just be a way to share my photos with you, dear reader. A quick and dirty visual visit to a wintry New Mexico landscape, and a little corner of Colorado, too.
The skies were steel gray for much of this trip; a perfect time to fool around in black and white.
We did have about a half-day of sunshine when we went up to Colorado. I am grateful for every minute of it.