It was the end of a long day visiting the southernmost section of El Camino Real de Adentro in New Mexico.
I turned around at the south end of our county near the workplaces of two friends.
Husband Robert runs the restaurant with his sister, while wife Jennifer runs a 4 person landscape architecture practice; they live in adjacent El Paso. And they are often starting a new project on their land hugging the railroad tracks and Mexican border.
Jenn is checking out her Agave ocahui.
We’ll just ignore the invasive Pennisetum sactaceum…for now.
Otherwise, really good details and thinking all over this property. Speaking of which, this is where I stayed a number of times before moving down. It’s now a bridal suite.
I think these agaves in nursery pots were in front of their house in town – 3 years ago. Will they get planted…ever?
I really enjoy the few who make a difference by example. Then, responding accordingly with creativity.
7/26/17 weather: 95 / 70 / 0.00