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KELLEY'S PHOTO ALBUM

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This page is graphic intensive, so please be patient while the pictures load.  I hope you'll enjoy what you see!

Cholla Cactus, picture taken in the pasture in front of my house.

Cholla Cactus

This picture of one of the cholla (pronounced "choya") cacti in front of our house was taken in June, when it was in full bloom.  If you were standing where I was when I took the picture, you would be looking northeast.

 

 

 

Southwestern Sunset, picture taken in my back yard.

Southwestern Sunset

Nothing beats a Southwestern sunset.  I took this picture standing in my yard looking southwest.   You can see our daughter's swing set by the trees.

 

Jenna and Ishky, playing in the snow         

           Jenna and Ishky

Ishky is the Collie my half-Apache friend Carol gave me.  "Ishky" means "disagreeable one" in Apache, but he's really an easy-going, lovable dog.  My daughter didn't want me to post this picture, but I couldn't resist.  We love our place even in the winter time.  

 

 

Penny's Performance, American SaddlebredPenny's Performance

You can call her Penny for short.  She's Jenna's horse--an eighteen-year-old American Saddlebred mare.  For eighteen she's certainly spry, and when she runs, her gait smooth and free, she proudly holds her head and tail high.  She was originally trained to pull a cart.  Now she mostly keeps our milk cow company.  Penny has a funny, low-pitched nicker when she thinks it's feeding time--which she believes should be anytime she sees you coming. 

 

 

Petroglyphs on rocks atop a mountain near my home.

Petroglyphs

These granite boulders stand atop Pino Mountain, where we like to go on picnics.   You probably can't see the symbols carved into the rock, but they're there.  You'll find ancient rock art just about anywhere you go in New Mexico.

 

 

 

 

 

Abo Ruins

The ruins at Abo are part of the Salinas National Monument near Mountainair, New Mexico, where I grew up.   My favorite ruins are at Quarai, but the Gran Quivira and Abo ruins each have their own charm.

Abo Mission Ruins, near Mountainair, New Mexico

 

That's all the photos I have for now, but stay tuned. . . .

 

 

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