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Abiquiú: Through A Lens

Tiny Abiquiú, with a population of just over two hundred people, lies 53 miles north of Santa Fe. It was once the third largest settlement in New Mexico, when the land was still a province of Mexico. Abiquiú is also known for being the place that legendary artist, Georgia O’Keeffe, called home (Ghost Ranch). Her paintings capture the area beautifully.

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Colorado Model Railroad Museum: For Kids Of All Ages

As I approached the large dark green barn-like structure, I remembered the Christmases of my childhood.  My older brother always wanted something for his train set. Always. He delighted in ripping open the wrapping paper and finding a shiny red train engine. The other toys would be left and he would be off to the basement to add to his layout.

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The Reason SWC Has Been So Quiet Lately… We Got Married!

To our straight allies, and those brave GLBT family who marched before us, thank you.

We didn’t know how we would feel being legally married. After all, we’ve been together seven years, living together most of those and we had a commitment ceremony five years ago. But, now we’re really, truly married.

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El Paso: The Best Of The City

El Paso is the sixth largest city in Texas, sprawling over 256 square miles. A little more than 670,000 people live here. There’s plenty of culture to be found, including over forty art galleries, thirteen of which are notable.

And, then there’s this…

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