Monthly Archives: August 2010

Baja California Travelblog

We flew into the cape and drove north, but at Todos Santos I reminisced about a better way: through the desert in a 1979 VW bus.

Baca Blog

WILD RASPBERRIES: They  are  were red and ripening in the high country above Crestone-Baca, whole bushes of them. I have heard its the best season in years. This photo was taken Aug. 13 at 9,000 feet in one of  the canyons. PRIMARY ELECTION: Saguache County Commissioner Linda Joseph narrowly defeated challenger Tim Lovato in the Democratic […]

Hiroshima Day

They were teenagers from Japan, summer students at the Shumei Institute near my home. It was the 60th anniversary of the Japanese surrender ending World War II. They gave me paper cranes.