About this time of year I start to get antsy about starting the garden but long experience gardening here has taught me we can expect killing freezes at least into mid-March and frequently into April. There's nothing I like better than fresh-from-the-garden salad so a few years ago I decided to scratch the early planting itch and make some raised beds that can easily be set up as "hoop houses" so I can grow those early salad…Continue
Today I went for a little walk in my Huning Highlands neighborhood (East Downtown). I was walking by the corner of Coal and Edith and thought, too bad that boarded up structure looks so sad and forgotten.
I immediately thought of the possibilities, the 'what could be'.
Luckily I brought my camera and shot a few of the dilapidated
buildings. I decided to do a little amateur architectural rendering of
that shabby looking corner on Coal and…
2/7/08 UPDATE: POOF! It's gone. Wonkette becomes most annoying website on earth and biggest fraud since evolution by deleting shameful bullying story about Nuevo Mexico. Did Journal sue for its removal? Does Brian Colón's strong arm reach to D.C.?
"There is much tension in Mexico, the New one. According…Continue
For whatever reason, I'm still irritated by the whole Jessica Alba comment. So I'm hoping this post will help put my frustrations at ease.
Back in the day, when I was much younger :), my choices of dining out included places like Chili's, Applebees, Bennigans, you know, the regular chains where servers have pieces of flare. Hell, my first job was at Black Eyed Pea and the second was at Applebees. So I've spent a good many years supporting chain restaurants, but now I say no more of…Continue
Well, it was bound to happen. Between working lots of extra hours at my new job and then getting very sick, I don't have a post! Although I have many stories waiting to be written, they all require research that I haven't gotten to yet.
So to make up for not having a post this week, I have a little gem on my page for your viewing pleasure. I'll be back in a couple of…Continue
The New Mexico Legislature's Senate Finance Committee members showed true colors this week. They axed half a million from the Energy and Minerals Department budget in order to disable enforcement of environmental laws. Nice shade of industry hack with highlights of
Here's more 'bout it from Kate Nash. Today's…Continue
I moved back to Albuquerque after spending several years in the northern Rockies, and it was partly because I get pretty tired there of moving snow – shoveling it, snow blowing it, even snow plowing it – it could be fun for a while, but those times when you had to deal with it nonstop for a day or three became just too much.
I still like to play in snow, though, and I…Continue
Added by Rocky on February 5, 2008 at 2:07pm — No Comments
Happy Demo-Caucus Day! Hope everyone has a good day exercising their right to vote!
And, if you don't know where to go - the NM Democratic Party site is much more helpful than the Berno county site.
and if you want more info on what the NM Republican Party is doing - their site is pretty helpful too!
Added by RiRiSynCyr on February 5, 2008 at 8:59am — No Comments
Added by Somegye on February 5, 2008 at 4:51am — No Comments
In case you’ve been vacationing on Mars, the New Mexico Democratic Party Presidential Preference Caucus will be held TOMORROW, February 5th, 2008.…Continue
Albuquerque is blessed to be located in a fertile river valley – the only fertile river valley for hundreds of miles around. But agriculture here has its detractors – especially when it comes to the topic of water use.
A conversation the other night was typical and led inexorably to comparing water for agriculture, especially evil alfalfa, to water for urban uses, like our hero the microchip.…Continue