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Taos Valley Sage

Olfactory nirvana calling me home

Image by BA Babcock — (Pixabay)

After seeing and snagging the photo above I was compelled to blabber about it. It is a photo (taken from west to east) of the one bridge across the Taos Canyon Gorge in Taos County, New Mexico. At the bottom of the gorge is the Rio Grande River, which, like the Ganges, is one of the most sacred rivers on the planet. Having lived in Taos…

Earthling — Lifelong novelist & essayist — https://whitefeather.substack.com/

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