...until right after she asked when she could go out on another adventure.
She does not want to be famous for staying at home all day.
but what about the leaves returning on trees in nature?
log sculptures. They were carved in 2004 in memory
of firefighters who fought the fire here during the summer 2003.
the presence of tumbleweeds. They are especially
active in the blowing, gusty winds!
the trail to the Rio Grande.
alive were damaged by the fire of 2003, but grass was beginning
to grow along the edges.
growing and turning green against the sky.
We looked for flowers.
We found the dry remains of a sunflower from last summer.
along the river were growing with green leaves.
along the Rio Grande.
but finally walked slowly and quietly down the southern trail.
Amaya posed the Rio Grande.
with the log sculptures.
but looked back at the log sculptures.
and see what was growing in the bosque!
which is the state bird.
which is a good visual symbol for each season.
yes, we noticed that!
and had the last word.
but there is no place like home!