Monthly Archives: November 2010

Thanksgiving at La Fonda

We served over 550 people yesterday at our Thanksgiving buffet. Where else can you see two life-size Canadian Geese flying high overhead, carved completely out of ice, while at the same time, partaking of Chef Lane Warner’s top notch cuisine? The table had a bounteous array of colors and delectable offerings. Despite the size of… Read more »

Santa Fe Recycles!

Recycle Santa Fe’s Art Festival occurred this past weekend at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, located in the Railyard. Attached are a few pics showing some of the goodies from the show. From evening gowns to placemats, there was something there for everyone. Each product must contain at least 75% rescued/reused materials and the… Read more »

Mostar Bridge

Every Wednesday the Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper chooses a reader submitted photograph to publish in its travel section.  On pure whim, I submitted a photograph from my recent family trip to Croatia.  Much to my surprise, my photo was chosen for publication. If you didn’t catch Wednesday’s edition, here is the photo that was… Read more »

A River Runs Through Val Kilmer’s Ranch

And it was flowing Thursday when he graciously opened his house for a luncheon fundraiser for The Wildlife Center. The Wildlife Center owns 20 acres of land south of Espanola, containing a wildlife hospital and rehabilitation center. Their mission is to conserve and restore native wildlife and their habitats through action-oriented education, promotion of public… Read more »