My Favorite Wayback Machine Line of the Day
“No matter where I am in the world, in such disparate places as Sunset Boulevard, the canyons of Manhattan, an old mine tunnel in the Black Range above Hillsboro in southwestern New Mexico, or the limitless sagebrush desert norths beyond the Rio Grande gorge of Taos, I think of the land and some incident that happened on the malpais rocks and soil of Hi-Lo.
Like the gravity filled land, the thoughts and inspiration are perpetual.”
— Max Evans, in his book Hi Lo Country: Under the One-Eyed Sky
Just re-reading my February issue of New Mexico Magazine…the “Best Ever Books Issue”. It’s a dandy.
If you aren’t reading New Mexico Magazine, you oughta be.
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