By Pat Wetzel
Fall color New Mexico style means groves of golden aspens climbing the mountainsides. Brisk winds bring cooler temperatures and weather patterns change.
A trip to Taos was a wonderful chance to capture some of the fall color. The road north from Santa Fe follows the Rio Grande river valley.
From black and white, reminiscent of the quintessential western “look”, to the golden aspens of the ski valley, the range of New Mexico is simply extraordinary. This trip, I stopped along the Rio Grande and later hiked the banks, watched some ballooning, and visited the Village of Arroyo Seco.
One woman’s quest to make lemonade out of lemons when handed an impossible set of circumstances including becoming homeless while dealing with an incurable cancer diagnosis.
When the going gets tough, the tough go traveling.
A cancer diagnosis causes a young man to reassess life and found a remarkable company to help others.
Pat Wetzel is the Founder of the Anti-Cancer Club. And now she’s on a mission for health and healing:
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