Tag Archives | Rocky Mountain Youth Corps

Crossed paths

When you’ve been in Taos long enough, the surreal starts to become commonplace and the “norm” tends to expand to take in just about everything. After 75 UNM-Taos Reports, this phenomenon still surprises me. I am reminded of one day last summer when I was out at the UNM-Taos Klauer campus taking pictures of the […]

Following the path

Over the years, Rocky Mountain Youth Corps has built miles of multi-use, non-motorized trail infrastructure around Taos and the Holy Cross Hospital area. They’ve built the Dos Arroyos and Weimer-Maestas trails that link those communities with downtown. They’ve built walking paths, bicycle paths and stroller paths to help people get out of their cars and […]

What makes Taos, Taos

By the time most people have picked up their copy of this edition of the Taos News, the majority of more than 1,100 Taos citizens will have already picked up their holiday food baskets at the National Guard Armory, courtesy of an extraordinary little group called Taos Feeds Taos. This year my wife Linda and […]