This blog title should actually be “critters UNDER the hood” but it doesn’t sound as cool. I’m here to tell you that actual critters under the hood of hour vehicle are not cool. Not at all…
Month: March 2022
Sunday Serenity: Wintering
I’ve been thinking a lot this winter about life: where I’ve been, where I am now, and where I want to go. Not in the physical sense, but in the “I can do anything I want, so what do I really want?” kind of questions. Winter in the southwest is a good time for that kind of reflection. Everything is quiet, hollowed out, waiting. Me, too.
Tularosa Basin Museum, NM
So far, 2022 for me has been about visiting local museums that are a bit off the beaten track. No Met or Getty for me. Today’s feature is the Tularosa Basin Museum of History, in the small city of Alamogordo, New Mexico. I’m kind of falling in serious like with museums run mostly by volunteers, where the exhibits are labors of love and the history is a hodge-podge of old odds-and-ends and interesting stories.