The downtown Albuquerque grower’s market each Saturday morning between June and October is one of the many reasons I LOVE summer.

Funny sign.

Everything is so beautiful…

So colorful…

And so fresh and alive.

Hello, green chile… It’s so good to see you again. ♥


A few weeks ago I received an invitation to attend a party celebrating the work of some local volunteers, which I was all too willing to accept. The guests of honor at yesterday’s party were very special and quite hairy.

They included a Great Pyrenees named Wotan,

a beautiful whippet named Zoe,

two long-haired dachshunds named Pippin and Max,

a very laid-back black lab named Jibar,

an Akita mix named Shilo,

two English Setters named Paloma and Spencer,

an adorable rescued terrier mix named Sam,

a Bouvier named Willow,

a greyhound named Freddie, whose mom obviously loves him,

and a Shih Tzu named Bear.

All are volunteers with the pet therapy program at one of our local hospitals and provide the most important medicine possible… love. Knock on wood that I never have to be hospitalized, but if I do, I’d like to put my request in now for each and every one of them to stop by and visit.

Bernard and Ellsworth here. Welcome to Morning Bray Farm!

We’re a couple of donkeys loving life in Albuquerque, New Mexico with two humans, five dogs, three goats and two sheep. We’re going to work on introducing you to everyone living here and keeping you up to date with goings on.

We hope you visit often!