Category Archives: Ghost Ranch People

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26 October 2009
Ghost Ranch
Abiquiu, New Mexico

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Lent 45: Far

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Ghost Ranch
Abiquiu, New Mexico
26 October 2009

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Z is for Zaineddin

Mark Z
has served several years
as the chaplain at Ghost Ranch.

This is the only time I resorted to using a person’s name.
Except for Lady.
And she was a horse,
although she and many others would have disputed that.

2 August 2009

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Y is for Yonder

I have no idea what Teresa is saying.
But her gesture does appear direct
Dayna’s attention to something
over yonder.

Lots of yonders fill Ghost Ranch:
places around the bend,
atop the mesa,
down the arroyo.

Places to go,
things to see,
not here,
but yonder.

24 August 2010

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X is for XL and XS

I certainly wouldn’t call them words,
but there they are – on page 1210 of my
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary and Thesaurus.

XL and XS.

It does refer to them as abbr
which I assume is the abbreviation
for abbreviation.

The picture really doesn’t get there,
but the idea is that
people of all sizes –
XL and XS
and between and beyond –
enjoy Ghost Ranch.

I said that some stretching might take place.

9 August 2009

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W is for Walking

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The primary means of transport on the ranch,
walking
affords opportunity for
companionship
solitude
reflection
conversation
soaking in the views
inspiration
and more.

25 October 2009

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V is for Van

They carry class members on field trips;
Youth Service Corps participants to work sites;
College Staff on recreational outings;
opera aficionados to Santa Fe; and
protestors to Los Alamos.

13 July 2011

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