Bunny Terry.  Native New Mexican.  Big eater of green chile and carne adovada.  Mom of two, one a UNM Lobo, one just recently a PhD at UT-Austin.  Snow Skier (sorta).  Water Skier (avid).  Lover of Ute Lake, Quay County, hiking, cemeteries, dive bars, tourist traps, all things New Mexican. 

Me with my gorgeous kids

Bunny and kids


  1. Beautiful photo: all of you.

  2. Found your blog and have been enjoying it! My family also hails from NM! My greatest fear is our family recipes will be lost so I too started blogging. I invite you to check it out at
    http://www.lafamiliacomida.blogspot.com and become a follower. Its still pretty new but looking forward to adding on to it!

  3. Love Red Sky and have read it many, many times since ’68. Will some day leave cold Idaho and move someplace warmer. I would love to believe New Mexico might still have some places like Sagrado that still exist. John.

  4. I am also from New Mexico. Graduated from Mosquero and lived in bueyeros my whole life.

  5. Hi Bunny,
    I’m also a lover of everything New Mexican. Your Sister gave me your blog address. I will escape to it often. Thanks for the tour. We lived in Albuquerque for two years and explored every corner we could. Got lost on those dirt roads in the mountains and enjoyed every minute of it. New Mexico allowed me exhale and nourished my soul.

  6. Hi Bunny,
    I own a website http://www.carolandcompany.com that sells Pick Up Sticks Jewelry. I noticed that you are a fan of their work especially because they are from New Mexico. I wanted to know if you could let your readers know about a contest we are having on our facebook page. We are giving away two Pick Up Sticks pendants and chains to two people that “like” us on facebook. The 100th person to “like” us will receive their choice of pendant along with one randomly chosen person amongst the first 100.

    Here is the link to our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Carol-and-Company-Chicago/238640319532.

    Thanks and you have a great blog!
    Ruth Grigson

  7. Hi Bunny!
    I am also a native New Mexican from Albuquerque and love everything about it. Letting folks out there know about our wonderful food and culture is awesome!!!!
    I have been a dance teacher for 20 years and was given the opportunity to be a program director for an overnight summer camp for girls ages 8 – 17 in Taos Ski Valley.

    You can get more information at the following link:


    American Dance Training Camps is a national company that wanted to spread out to other areas and chose New Mexico as one of their new locations. I am so excited to establish a new tradition for the Southwest. This is not your typical “dance camp”. The best way for me to describe it is to imagine taking dance classes in the beautiful surroundings of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains 4 – 5 hours daily from talented and fun choreographers and then having the opportunity to enjoy connecting to nature like being at “girl scout camp” with hiking, horsebackriding, chairlift rides, and a llama trek.

    Please pass the word and help me get New Mexico on the dance map!

    Anyone can contact me directly for more info at:


    Also, mention you were referred by Stacey and receive a $25 discount on your child’s registration.

    Thank you and happy blogging!

    Stacey Baca

  8. Hey Bunny, any good Breweries or Brew Pubs popped up that way. We are coming through via I-40 in a couple weeks. I have family in Logan, found you on twitter via a college roommate. Chief Roberts is my Uncle. Small world ( atleast NM).



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