WHATS IN THIS BLOG: • Tom and Anne Thomas roll in to hike New Mexico. • A river runs through it – El Porvenir. • Wild fruit – raspberries, apples and tomatoes. • Lunchtime at second waterfall. • Hot springs and mountain lion.

TOM AND ANNE THOMAS DROVE OUT IN THEIR CAMPER VAN FROM HOUSTON. I have known Anne for years, principally from Chapelwood United Methodist, a wonderful church.… More

WHATS IN THIS BLOG: • The Monsoons have started in New Mexico. • Raging arroyos and thunder anvils in the sky. • What causes the Monsoons? • Of what benefit are they?

THE MONSOONS HAVE STARTED, and I collected some facts about this unusual rainy season in New Mexico: • Gary told me on July 4, Independence Day in the USA, that the monsoons always used to start on July 4.… More

Christianity – How relevant is it these Days?

“Society is secularizing in Europe” she said distractedly. This from Susan, a lady who attends the fourth fastest-growing church in the USA. The church has five campuses in New Mexico, and about 13,000 attendees each weekend (five or six services total on Saturday evening and Sunday).… More


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