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Mora County

  • Mora Senior Lunch Menu — Oct. 30, 2016

    The lunch menu for the Mora/Wagon Mound Senior Centers, with coffee and milk served daily.

    MONDAY
    Posole, salad with dressing, mustard greens, garlic bread, and pumpkin spice cookie

    TUESDAY
    Lemon baked chicken, rice, cucumber salad with dressing, beets, and spice cake

    WEDNESDAY
    Baked fish, tarter sauce, tater tots, coleslaw, dinner roll and margarine, and apricots

    THURSDAY
    Green chile hamburger, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, onions, pickles, French fries, cottage cheese, and peaches

  • Palabras Pinturescas: Time seems to go quicker as you get older

    I continue to be amazed at how quickly time flies, the older one gets. And even with this seemingly rapid passage of time, I do always take time to stop and smell the roses, as they say.

    So! One thing leads to another and after being reminded that it is time to get a flu shot (among other things), I elected to take the morning off and visit my favorite county seat, Mora for more than one reason. I wanted to vote early, and I needed to renew my driver’s license. That means I visited our Mora County Courthouse. And no, sadly, it is not a courthouse.

  • Showing Ranger pride in Las Vegas
  • Mora Senior Lunch Menu — Oct. 23, 2016

    The lunch menu for the Mora /Wagon Mound Senior Centers, with coffee and milk served daily.

    MONDAY
    Barbecue chicken, creamy coleslaw, green beans, wheat roll with margarine, and chocolate pudding with topping

    TUESDAY
    Pork stir-fry with vegetables, salad with dressing, wheat roll and margarine, and apple cobbler

    WEDNESDAY
    Taco salad, Mexicorn, saltine crackers, and mixed fruit

    THURSDAY
    Spaghetti, buttered green beans, green salad with dressing, garlic bread, gelatin with topping, and pears

  • Palabras Pinturescas: Never underestimate power of mountain gusts

    Oh my! Those voracious March winds decided to pay us a visit here at the ranch in October. And to my amazement there are still some brilliant golden aspen leaves in the forest higher up. And, a 70 degrees this late October makes me wonder what winter will bring.

    My grandfather Brown bought this homestead from Marie Dunn, a widow, in 1921. The Dunns had planted two crabapple trees in the front yard by our beautiful two-story house.

  • Palabras Pinturescas: In pre-TV era, election returns arrived on HU campus via radio

    One’s five senses would have to be numb to miss the fact that there is an election coming right up. Every candidate for any position in government, whether national, state or local, thinks he/she is the perfect person for the job, the position that is up for election. Most winners will be elated and almost all losers will be sad and angry.

  • Mora Senior Lunch Menu — Oct. 16, 2016

    The lunch menu for the Mora /Wagon Mound Senior Centers, with coffee and milk served daily.

    MONDAY
    Lasagna, mixed vegetables, garden salad, French bread, and plum cobbler

    TUESDAY
    Fidelos con carne, salad with dressing, mixed vegetables, flour tortilla, orange-pineapple mix

    WEDNESDAY
    Glazed ham, buttered mashed potatoes, green beans, wheat roll and margarine, sugar cookie

    THURSDAY
    Beef enchilada, salad with dressing, pinto beans, Spanish rice, salsa, jalapeño and orange

  • Mora sharp shooters bring home brass
  • Mora Senior Lunch Menu — Oct. 9, 2016

    The lunch menu for the Mora /Wagon Mound Senior Centers, with coffee and milk served daily.

    MONDAY
    Red chile with beef and potatoes, pinto beans, flour tortilla, and pumpkin pie with topping

    TUESDAY
    Chile dog, baked potato wedges, mixed vegetables and margarine, and orange

    WEDNESDAY
    Baked pork chop, rice pilaf, peas and carrots, dinner roll, and gelatin with strawberries

    THURSDAY

  • Palabras Pinturescas: Great-grandson may get to see fresh deer tracks

    Whenever I get a chance, and when the weather is bearable, I spend a lot of time outdoors. This mountain ranch is so full of places to explore, of both ancient and recent history and of changing biology, which includes weather patterns. I wonder what I will discover next.

    Fortunately our library includes the Field Guide Series by Roger Tory Peterson and these wonderful resource books are dog-eared, well worn treasures that have answered so many of our questions about what we see, hear and even smell here.