What do you grow in Austin, TX when everything you try dies?
You're in Santa Fe?! Lucky you! Michael and I moved there right after we got married 15 years ago. We were Sunday regulars at Cowgirl restaurant for their migas and you can't go wrong with margaritas at Marias but our favorite was hiking along the Windsor Trail in Tesuque. Have a good time!
It might. Grafts work that way. And it's how our bones heal...
Tim - yes, I could see that, but I would also think that the wound would have had to be fresher...it looks pretty old (based on how weathered the cambium looks)...Roberta - I was in Santa Fe, I'm back now. My dad works for a company that has him travel all over the US working on different projects, and so he commutes by plane (either every weekend or every other weekend he'd go back home (aka Colorado)). He was 'stationed' in Santa Fe when I was in 7th/8th grade. Since then, my parents make a trip every few years or so. This year, they decided to go and meet up with my grandparents who live in Tucson. I'll be posting more pictures on both my blogs over the next few weeks (depends on how quickly I write the posts).
Katina, I just realized that I didn't have your blog on my blogroll! I can't believe it. Big oversight on my part. This has been corrected.
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