Santa Fe Blog

PHOTO: Moonrise by Elena E. Giorgi

Yesterday was the full moon, but if you missed it, you can still catch it looking mostly full tonight.  Here's a beautiful capture of the full moon rising over the Sangres to inspire you to get outside. Image by Elena E.
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Trees in Santa Fe: Piñon and Juniper

How about a brief lesson on the ubiquitous trees of Santa Fe? The most prevalent trees in our region are Piñon Pines and Junipers.  Both are low, bushy evergreens and New Mexico is just one region included in the nearly 100 million acres of Piñon and Juniper woodlands that stretch from Texas
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The Alley is reopening!

Great news, bowlers!  The Alley is reopening this Friday, March 26th at 10:00 am.  This is such a welcome sight of a return to the new
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PHOTO: The Heart of the Desert by Richter MachThunder

We love this capture of the Organ Mountains in Southern New Mexico.  Now's the perfect time to visit this part of the state before it heats up in later months. Image by Richter
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Oasis Ice Cream Shop

Santa Feans!  Have you checked out Oasis Ice Cream Shop in the Design Center?  We have four words for you: ice cream and churros.  Need we say more? Enjoy this heavenly combination in either a churro sundae or a churro shake.  Or you can always opt to enjoy ice cream or churros on their
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Spring Arrives Tomorrow!

Tomorrow is the first day of Spring which officially begins with the Vernal Equinox. Why is it called an equinox? The word comes from the Latin aequus, meaning “equal” and nox, meaning “night.” (Vernal, by the way, means fresh or new like the spring.) On this day Earth’s two
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SOLD! 832 Camino Ranchitos

We brought the buyer to this beautiful home located in the coveted Historic Eastside of Santa Fe! The Historic Eastside offers a mix of multi-generational families and newcomers.  The homes of  are often hidden behind high walls and accessed by narrow, dirt lanes, recalling the city’s
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PHOTO: Lenticular Clouds over Redonda Peak and Santa Fe Baldy by In Light of Nature Photography

Sunsets never get old in New Mexico and we're loving this winter capture of pinks and blues over the Sangres. Image by Ed
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RECIPE: Dark Chocolate Truffles

We will readily and shamelessly admit that we love chocolate in all of its forms, but sometimes what we especially crave is a rich, dark chocolate truffle - yummy!  Here's an easy recipe to make your own at home. Photography by Eric
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Daylight Savings Begins

It's time to SPRING FOWARD! That's right, Daylight Saving Time begins this Sunday, March 14th. Make a note to remind yourself to set your clocks forward 1 hour on that day. The bad news is we LOSE an hour of precious sleep, but of course the good news is we will have more light at the end of
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