1. Adj.: Describing a person born between 1 Jan. 1946 and 31 Dec. 1964
2. Adj.: Description of a person, place or thing possessing Baby Boomer je ne sais quoi
3. See also, Boomer, Esq.: A Baby Boomer who is also a licensed attorney (See, e.g., About).

New Mexico

Remembering Travel Blogger Billie Frank and a Friendship Forged on Facebook

October 15, 2017 41 comments

Like many baby boomers, I have a love-hate relationship with Facebook, sometimes both loving and hating it on the same day. As a travel blogger, I understand that an active social media presence is an important part of getting the word out, of proving one’s “influence”. Sometimes, this imperative to be “out there” bumps up […]

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Zentangle Diva Challenge #287 – Happy New Year 5777 Edition

October 4, 2016 17 comments

Dreamcatcher Zentangle tangle compositions

This week’s Zentangle Diva’s challenge was to use Dreamcatcher, a tangle by Certified Zentangle Teacher Daniel Lemothe (yay Daniel). Daniel developed Dreamcatcher by deconstructing the pattern used in Native American dreamcatchers. Dreamcatchers were originally used by the Ojibwe (Chippewa) peoples who live mostly in eastern Canada and some northern mid-West states in the United States. […]

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The High Road to Taos, New Mexico

December 13, 2013 78 comments

San Francisco de Asis Church, Rancho de Taos, New Mexico

After our visit to New Mexico’s capital town city, Santa Fe, we remounted our rented Ford Fiesta for the drive northeast to Taos, New Mexico. From my reading, I knew that the drive on the High Road to Taos from Santa Fe  is part of the there — there. The 56 mile route officially starts at Pojoaque, northeast of […]

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A Boomeresque Visit to Santa Fe, New Mexico

October 9, 2013 50 comments

New Mexico Licence Plate - Land of Enchantment

In a break from our usual pattern, our trip to northern New Mexico, including Santa Fe, was not tacked onto work travel for Mr. Excitement to commune with his medical research peeps. In other words, we chose to go to New Mexico because even though we’re both well traveled Baby Boomers (i.e. we are THAT old), neither […]

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