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Friday, June 27, 2003
Albuquerque is nestled beside the Rio Grande River. An aerial view shown below shows a slightly greener area alongside the river known as the Bosque. There are no buildings alowed in the Bosque all through the state of New Mexico. It is a beautiful stretch of 'green' land through desert and mountains. This week's fire area is shown in red.
Also noted is the location of the AirDance ArtSpace and Bunnytown (also HQ for Freshchaos and Skippertown).
I-25 and I-40 cross at what is called The Big I in the middle of the city. A lot of folks 'pass through' Albuquerque on their way north, south, east, or west making it uniquely a ZIA sort of town in a ZIA sort of Enchanted Land. You just gotta love those 's!!!
Thursday, June 26, 2003
National news would have you believe that all of Albuquerque has been evacuated due to fires in our river (the Rio Grande) woodlands. Truth be told, our buddy Homer sez that all is well in the Albuquerque environs following two nights of fires in the 'Bosque'. Many dead trees and changed river walk vistas but no lives lost or hurt.
We are happy to report to our friends outside of the high desert, that the bunnies of Bunnytown, the schipperkes of Skippertown, and all the folks at FreshChaos HQ are alive and well. The AirDance ArtSpace is also safe and sound.
Saturday, June 21, 2003
It's t-h-e- l-o-n-g-e-s-t-d-a-y--o-f--t-h-e--y-e-a-r-
Happy Solstice to one and all...Aaaahhhh...summer.
Saturday, June 14, 2003
wish you a
and oh, I almost forgot
LETTUCE for ALL!!
Friday, June 06, 2003
For the coolest thing since rabbit pellets, skip 2 fast 2 furious and head over to the PIXAR show
Finding Nemo. It is the kidz move-eye for adults. A great story and absolutely amazing on the big scream. When you live in the desert any movie that lets you go snorkling with reef fish is a pleasant summer respite.
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