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Cloudcroft Real Estate Update for full year 2013

Posted January 22, 2014 By High Country Posts

“How’s The Mountain Market?”

BlueCanyonGreetings from the Everett Team at Blue Canyon Realty, Cloudcroft, New Mexico!  We are writing to share the latest mountain real estate news… but first a little about our beautiful mountain area.

We were blessed with a good snow right before Christmas which allowed Ski Cloudcroft to open bringing in lots of folks looking for some snow play.  There’s also a couple of new exciting shops open in the Village plus a local radio station.  Next time you are here check out the Noisy Water Winery and the new Burro Street Bakery. Read the remainder of this entry »

Cloudcroft Area Real Estate Update for 3rd quarter 2013

Posted October 31, 2013 By High Country Posts

“How’s The Mountain Market?”

Greetings from the Everett Team at Blue Canyon Realty, Cloudcroft, New Mexico!  We are writing to share the latest mountain real estate news… but first a little about our beautiful mountain area.

What a stunning summer in the Sacramento Mountains!  After a dry winter the summer monsoon rains came and our forest remained completely open showing off beautiful wildflower meadows.  We had some late saturating rains which brought to life some ponds and springs which have not held water or flowed in years.  Fall has continued to show the splendor of the mountains with gorgeous aspen and maple color.  We are all set for a wet winter with lots of snow. Read the remainder of this entry »

Cloudcroft Real Estate Update for 1st half 2013

Posted July 19, 2013 By High Country Posts

“How’s The Mountain Market?”

Greetings from the Everett Team at Blue Canyon Realty, Cloudcroft, New Mexico!  We are writing to share the latest mountain real estate news… but first a little about The Everett Team.

Have you seen our slogan:  “Together We’re Better”?  As a team of six persons we each “Specialize” in areas of service that suit our individual strengths the very best and help you the very most! Read the remainder of this entry »

Notes From the Bird House – Last One

Posted June 12, 2013 By The Bird House

To all our customers and to my High Country Post followers:
As of August 3, I will no longer be working at The Bird House. The time has come for some awesome changes in all three of our lives. Kazumi and Chris will still be here and ready to help you all. I will still be around too just up one store in the mall at the Clouldcroft Hotel and Gift Shop. Make sure you stop in to say hey on your way to the Bird House I would love to see ya. Read the remainder of this entry »

Notes from the Birdhouse – Myrtle May Long, Long Gone

Posted May 7, 2013 By The Bird House

Oh the memories, the memories.  Myrtle May homely and white… what a gal.  She was always there for me.  If ever I had a spontaneous thought, she was right there to encourage me to go for it.  She was more than willing to ride out the storms that came and went.  She was there when I would break out in uncontrollable laughter.  She was there for me to lean on, to cry on.  When I found myself missing my grands she took me to see them.  She took me to take care of my son while he was in cancer treatment.  She carried me to my dad’s funeral.  She absolutely loved to go camping.  She was hardy and robust; she could pull a hill that made most men shiver.  I loved Myrtle May. Read the remainder of this entry »

Notes from the Birdhouse – Just Punch It!

Posted April 23, 2013 By The Bird House

Okay are we getting warm yet?  Here is a photo I took from my front porch.

This photo was taken a couple of winters ago.  That year we had around 154 inches of snow, or so we’ve been told.  I hate snow but I have to admit it was an awesome winter, everywhere you looked was clean and white.  This was also before my employment with the Bird House so I was helping Hub deliver mail.  Unfortunately, no amount of snow can stop the mail. We bundled up and left for work.  It was not long before we pulled up to a set of mailbox units.  I jumped out and put the mail into the respective boxes,  jumped back in the warm truck and made a comment about how pretty this area was.  Before I could catch the words that lead to this hair raising day,  I asked, “What is up there?”  He says, “Let me show you.”  Hub is always excited to show me different places around where he grew up.  He shot me a kooky smile, and we were off. Read the remainder of this entry »