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Pie Festival 2013

As we do every year we had a booth at Pie Town’s Pie Festival and it was a huge and very successful event! We had about fifty vendors and about two-thousand visitors from all over the area. This year we … Continue reading

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The Tale of Tiger-Lilly

I had no idea that when I bought the raffle ticket for the gentle chestnut filly I would actually win. I had loved horses when a girl but as years went by bring adult necessities, I left behind my dreams … Continue reading

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Pie Festival

We were happy to have our first booth at the Pie Festival in Pie Town New Mexico yesterday. We raffled off a horse (honest), a great book on clay ovens, a wind-turbine clock, and a model solar house kit. Although … Continue reading

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Retire without a Dime

This article is interesting and might end up being necessary for most folks. The era of a comfortable retirement without the need to work seems to be long gone. Need proof?  Perhaps you’ve noticed the increasing number of septuagenarians and octogenarians working at … Continue reading

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Take a Hike!

No, really. Go on. Get out, take a walk, take a hike, get out in the world. It turns out this is a great way to feel better, relieve depression, and improve your health. Recently we went on a hike … Continue reading

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The First Year at Cielito Lindo Ranch

It’s been a year since we made the move onto the land and Clielito Lindo Ranch began to become a reality, not just a dream. We’ve had setbacks and snow, summer sun and successes, rain and random stuff happening, mud … Continue reading

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Slow in Snow

We’ve begun the first official day of winter, but winter settled into New Mexico’s bones a couple of weeks ago. It’s time for work inside—for writing and thinking and slowing down just a little. The roof has gone onto the … Continue reading

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