Every September and October, the Albuquerque Maize Maze comes to life.

Don and I spent a glorious fall afternoon yesterday exploring the seven-acre corn maze. This year’s maze depicts wildlife found in Albuquerque and is called Coyote Magic.

We wandered leisurely through the maze for a couple of hours.

The maze is precisely cut by GPS technology. Very cool.

Morning glories were everywhere. They took my breath away. 


One of my favorite pastimes is walking around the garden to admire our plants and flowers. Another reason I love having a blog: It’s allowing me to document our slowly expanding Albuquerque garden. ♥

Aster… planted this year. By the way, we’re gradually eliminating the gravel from our flower beds and can’t wait until it’s gone.

Basil… it smells so wonderful. Yum.

Sage. I’m not sure what variety… it was here when we moved to Albuquerque. The bees and butterflies love it.

Goldenrod… also planted this year.

A volunteer morning glory in last year’s pot. One of my very favorites.

Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’…  look at how much it has colored up. I don’t recall my sedum in Maryland being so colorful.