So,Making full useof my Memory card now. Again these photos don'tseem tobe quite the good quality I was expecting, but I do take them sort of on the sly,I don'twant the neighbours to get upset..
You can see why I am still a little taken aback to be
At Any rate,I have adjusted. I called the company this morning and complained about it, and finally after a month, the housing person said, Oh yes, we can try to help you, but I just gave up, I already have all my internet established etc, and so I think I can stick it out for 8 more weeks.
This is essentially the view from every part of the road….Wire fencing.
and then there is the road itself, muddy, and sort of messed up due to the snow we have had. but its packedpretty hard so it isn't like a soft dirt road, which I think is good. Unfortunately the roadyou see below which looks like a dirt lane is considered a two way road!!!It makes driving tricky when people are coming from the opposite direction.
again, my technique with the light is off. Some house numbers….
and it isn'tall muddy, the mountains, are here…I wish I could capture the texture of the rocks, but I guess itsnear impossible.
and mY favorite poor Horse. He lives on about a half acre right out the back door of someones home. As oneofmy co-workers put it, "New Mexico lacks alot of things and that is frustrating, but in general, youcan dowhat you want also and no one says a thing" Thus horses can be housed in unusual conditions….
This horse is particularlyfriendly and always comes to greet us when we walk.. I'm not familiar with horses and have been a little afraid of them,but this one seems so friendly, and I love his half blaze!!!!