Autumn in Santa Fe

Monday, October 24, 2005 We’re getting some bright crisp days now – perfect autumnal cold mornings with brilliant blue skies. First is the street the office is on, and below is a view of the cathedral (just across the road from the office too). Posted by David in • Santa Fe and New Mexico Permalink

Hit with the ugly stick

Saturday, October 22, 2005 The news that fewer Americans are now buying SUVs is welcome – especially in these parts, where the 400-year-old roads aren’t built for Chevy Suburbans (so called because they’re the size of a small neighbourhood) or Nissan Armadas (named for the fleet of ship required to bring all the petrol they […]

Testing Mars Edit

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test of ecto posting

Friday, October 21, 2005 Trying the desktop blogging tool, Ecto. Getting it work with the less than mainstream Expression Engine (they system that admirably powers this site) was a little tricky, but EE support came good. The only downside I see is that I can’t split my posts between two areas – the first little […]

Aqualung

Friday, October 07, 2005 Now I’ve not much time to check out all the new bands the kids are listening to, any new music that I come across is pretty random. But I’ve been congratulating myself on getting the album from English act Aqualung (that’s pretty much Matt Hales on his own). In the US, […]

French Kings and Fall

Saturday, October 01, 2005 As you might imagine, it’s been busy like mad round here, so I’m a little behind on the blogging. Today’s special is two for the price of one. Firstly, we were in Clovis, out there in eastern New Mexico, so close to the Texas line that half the local TV stations […]