upon a time, a wee li’l monkey-child was born in the panhandle of
Texas. And then
proceeded to move to Houston; then Albuquerque, New
Mexico; then Oklahoma City;
then Carmel, Indiana; then Austin, Texas.
And then the li’l monkey was old enough
to start school. Without a
landscape to call a monkey’s own, the wee li’l monkey
places especially: Austin and The Dinetah. The mesas will do that to
Due to a need to update the blog software and a lack of time, the Red Monkey blog will be down for a few days. Comments won't work and I'm not sure that anything other than basic navigation will work. Hope to be back up by March 15.
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Welcome to The Red Monkey Blog, where my various Los Interwebz monkikers (ender, enderFP and Red Monkey) all babble about this, that and, of course, the other.
I just moved back to Albuquerque after many long years in exile (in Indiana of all places). I am not one of the Dineh, but have been fascinated with the Navajo, New Mexico, the mesas and the desert Southwest since I was a wee li’l monkey. The main mesa pictured here and in the header is Dzlith-Na-O-Dith-Hle just south of Farmington. It’s also called Huerfano, but I prefer the Navajo even though I can’t pronounce it.
Some say I’m obsessed with old Fisher Price Little People. I think it’s a nice hobby and less damaging than say, crack. Or alcohol. Or any number of other vices. Like, you know, blogging.
Yes, yes I am a geek. Thank you for noticing.