Apologies for the lack of posts here recently. I just returned yesterday from a five-day trip to New Mexico. The good news is that I jotted down pages of notes that will turn into new blog entries here for the next couple of weeks. Having just completed eleven weeks working for NADO I’ve had rural America on my mind, and what planners can learn from those communities.
The above is the Castaneda, once a fantastic hotel literally steps from the train station in my hometown. The 1898 building has been closed for years and is slowly deteriorating, but I believe it’s still for sale in case anyone out there is interested in snapping it up.