Monday, December 28, 2015
Cancer took Millie just 2 months later, and a month after that, I got my own cancer diagnosis. Life is very different now at the end of 2015 than it was at the beginning-- not in a significantly better or worse way necessarily, just forever changed.
My photography took a bit of a back seat to the more urgent matters of life this year. Not as much time and energy for tripods, dragging out the best (heavy) lenses and cameras, or enduring long waits or long hikes to get "the shot."
Yet, looking back over all of my 2015 images, I did manage to experience some pretty diverse scenes this year-- so without further adieu, here are my 15 favorites from 2015. Enjoy!
Thursday, December 24, 2015
This New Mexico Christmas Eve tradition began hundreds of years ago with the belief that these pathways of light would help guide the spirit of the Christ child to one's home or church.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
- Trade in my Illinois Driver's License for a new Florida DL
- Title, register, and license both my RV and car to Florida
- Register to vote
- Get a Declaration of Domicile document filled out, notarized, and filed with the County Clerk's office
- And, with a couple minutes to spare, take this cheerful "selfie" of Florida's newest resident!
Thursday, December 3, 2015
As darkness descends on the Chihuahuan desert at our 4500-foot elevation, it can get pretty cold here on a winter night in central New Mexico…especially if the winds are blowing.
Sunny mornings are now starting to show the evidence—frost on my skylight!
Even though I’ve experienced a couple cold nights while traveling (rapidly) from Chicago to warmer destinations in previous years, I’ve never spent an entire winter season in a location that gets below freezing nearly every night. So, I’ve recently had a lot to learn about making my RV comfortable for winter living. Fortunately, fellow volunteers here at the Refuge have provided some excellent tips!
If you might be RVing in some cold and remote places this winter, here are 5 ways to keep your RV home comfy and cozy: