On Saturday it was still much too warm – I walked around town in a shirt – and now it started snowing. We are supposed to get 4-8 inches today/tonight.
PS: No storm in the evening, no snow and the little bit from the morning quickly melted. Went to a friend’s house where we watched Dustin Brunson’s Kham/Tibet slideshow of about 450 photos. The slideshow was utterly amazing and beautiful. Suggested he should get a Flickr account to let more people see his photographs. Will keep you posted.
bet that is lovely – you are so fortunate – sadly, too warm in Maine for snow… no coat today for me! looks like a muddy christmas in store for us – take some pictures so I can live vicariously…
I was just looking at this http://www.santafeinformation.com/ before reading your posting. Always enjoy your commentaries and updates re: Santa Fe and vicinity. One of my favorite places on “Turtle Island”
Ottmar…enjoyinge your letters…i was in sante fe area one winter for a week or so…many years ago…wonderful memories and a beautiful area…the subtle colores of the desert and the clay soiles and then the snowey mountaines withe the evergreens…i was in heaven…alwayes amore y paz, llindaskaye ***********
It’s interesting that we get your weather in South Dakota. It’s supposed to be heading this way. Being in the middle of the state it threatens either freezing rain or promises snow. I surely hope it’s the later. I long for snow….not the other. I’ll bet it’s pretty in santa Fe now…It is a beautiful place always.
How ironic. Up here in the land of ice and snow we have a 100% chance of a GREEN Christmas.
Here in the tri-state area it is so disgustingly rainy and mild. However, the good news is, my energy costs are down 40% over the last three months.
My last visit to Albuquerque/Santa Fe/Toas was October 2005. Hopefully I will head back soon.