Day Three … and Home…with art and aliens between. After a fine night’s sleep in a Roswell hotel, we were ready for art, and our first stop was the Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art. The Museum was opened in 1994 to showcase work produce by the Roswell Artist-in-Residence program, and it is packed with the most delightful and interesting assortment of contemporary art imaginable. It’s an especially welcoming place with the odd,… Read More
It is the best of all winter holiday weather, a steady soft snow for hours, not so cold (around 30°), and the world, or at least my corner of it, is perfectly quiet. Dipping back into the serious business of Writing The Book today. Breaking for a late brunch of ‘Costco.’ Panko-breaded shrimp leftover from last night’s ‘dinner’ and Kirkland Irish Cream Liquor. Can only have a tiny bit as I have… Read More
What better way to end the holidays than with those wild California kids. They made the Thanksgiving holiday so much fun, so full of pleasure and joy. Today it’s a rainy (seventeen snowflakes around noon) wintery day; Friday actual snow is projected but this is Albuquerque so what are the odds! Enjoy….
This blog, Time and Place, allows me to share thoughts and images from the places I go—and occasionally here at home as well—and to record the pleasures and passage of time with friends and family. For me, Time and Place has two main reasons to exist: Firstly, the pleasure of sharing my modestly adventureous travels and glimpses of my lively and lovely family and friends with the aforementioned, and hopefully a curious… Read More
THE FREE STATE OF CALIFORNIA…where Progressives roam wild; beaches are right next door (soon to be in the back yard but oh well…); Hollywood is just up the road; California Cuisine originated here (which includes kale but I’m overlooking that small flaw), and its people are profoundly beautifully diverse.