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  • From Alan on On Stage with Kody and the gang


    2020/01/14 at 5:06 pm
    • From scott on On Stage with Kody and the gang

      Thanks- it was a grand time at the festival…. good to hear bluegrass around the campfire with family….scott

      2020/01/15 at 4:15 pm
  • From Alan on Hand rolling cigars in DR

    Just saw this one for the first time! Very interesting!! Was looking for some older ones that you said you were reading on….but couldn’t find any? Maybe you ought to start with your latest posts and work backwards? LOL

    2019/12/25 at 5:38 pm
    • From scott on Hand rolling cigars in DR

      try the uruguay trip- lots of cigars in the dominican republic…..they were really working fast

      2019/12/25 at 6:04 pm
  • From Alan LaFon on Nothing Fancy

    That was a fun festival up there in Colorado…my very first bluegrass festival…and hopefully not my last! Lol

    2019/12/04 at 4:16 pm
  • From Alan LaFon on Dedication

    Your best post ever!

    2019/11/07 at 3:52 pm
    • From scott on Dedication

      Thanks again…… After seven hundred posts and much editing,a few are almost looking like they are finished.

      2019/11/08 at 10:42 am
  • From Alan on Dedication

    Best post ever Scott! We were truly blessed to be born into their care! Alan

    2019/11/06 at 3:39 pm
    • From scott on Dedication

      We were fortunate…… thanks for the thumbs up!

      2019/11/08 at 10:39 am
  • From Alan on Remembering Ernie

    When I was still in abq. I visited the EP library a few times and it was very interesting! Gotta love EP….right there on the front lines!

    2019/10/01 at 5:32 pm
    • From scott on Remembering Ernie

      It was a good celebration of his life and times. I hadn’t realized how popular his dispatches were from the front. He was loved and admired particularly by the soldiers he wrote about.

      2019/10/06 at 6:05 am
  • From on Hermit's Lake

    This lake looks similar to Brown lake where Neal and I had such good luck years ago with the fly and bubble rig! Ask Richard if he knows the Brown lake?

    2019/08/22 at 3:55 pm
    • From scott on Hermit's Lake

      will ask him—-

      2019/08/23 at 4:06 pm
  • From on Tiny House

    My RV has less square feet than these tiny houses! And I’ve traveled in my RV for about 6 weeks before….. with no problems! I could see myself someday in a tiny house. …..will it happen…..probably not, but I think I could adjust to it! Just sayin! Good post! Lol

    2019/08/22 at 3:47 pm
    • From scott on Tiny House

      They looked pretty roomy……plenty of room for someone that doesn’t need a lot of space. I’m still wrestling with the dynamics of finding a place to park them and having sewer electrical water hookups etc. RV’s make sense too but for extended periods of time these tiny houses would be worth looking at.

      2019/08/23 at 4:06 pm
  • From Alan on Someone Else's Words

    Glad you made it out of the DR alive to listen to recent mass media reports! Lol

    2019/06/25 at 4:10 pm
    • From scott on Someone Else's Words

      i thought the Dominican Republic was very nice and had no issues even though i wasn’t in the exclusive Punta Cana area etc. i have ur cigars waiting when i see u in colorado….

      2019/06/25 at 4:21 pm
  • From Alan on Mineshaft Tavern

    I once looked into buying one of the dilapidated houses in Madrid…but decided not to! Lol

    2019/06/25 at 4:07 pm
    • From scott on Mineshaft Tavern

      it has made some progress since those days but it is still rough and tumble. the only gold and silver is what’s in the wallets of tourists.

      2019/06/25 at 4:19 pm
  • From Alan on Turtle Rock

    I remember hiking up that canyon with dad and brothers years ago!

    2019/06/25 at 4:04 pm
    • From scott on Turtle Rock

      it is still a great hike. the old concrete stone dam is at the end of the arroyo and then you climb some rocks to go deeper into the canyon. alex and i hike this area at least twice a week. haven’t seen deer for a while but know they are watching us…..

      2019/06/25 at 4:18 pm
  • From Charlie on Kid Sculpture

    That statue is an affront to feminists everywhere and must be destroyed immediately. 🙂

    2019/05/25 at 10:44 am
    • From scott on Kid Sculpture

      It is a great sculpture. I guess it will eventually be torn down and replaced by a vending machine or a bike rack. Till then, it is a good piece of art and the themes are pretty much on target.

      2019/05/26 at 5:32 am
  • From scott on Camel Talk

    nice piece

    2019/05/05 at 5:30 pm
    • From scott on Camel Talk

      scott thinks so too.

      2019/05/05 at 5:31 pm
  • From admin on Photo's for Pat

    I’m truly honored!

    2019/04/06 at 2:27 pm
  • From Alan on Street Empanadas

    You really meet the people and see what the countries you visit are about…not just the tourist traps! Sounds like your dollars go pretty far down there.

    2019/03/20 at 9:51 am
    • From scott on Street Empanadas

      seems your comments are getting to us fine…. I’ll talk to the tech guy about it.

      2019/03/20 at 10:50 am
  • From Alan on Arturo Fuente Cigar Club

    Looks like the Fuentes have a really nice club there…..too bad you couldn’t tour the growing fields and see the dozens of rollers they must have working there! Nice post!

    2019/03/20 at 9:45 am
    • From scott on Arturo Fuente Cigar Club

      Next time down I will stay in A different part of the country, maybe Santiago. It is a nice club but I don’t understand why they don’t have one in the Zona Colonia.

      2019/03/20 at 10:49 am
  • From on Dominican Republic

    hello traveler.

    enjoy the white sand, there is white stuff falling from the sky back home. we will get hammered in colorado. anxiously awaiting your forst post from down south.


    2019/03/11 at 5:54 pm
    • From scott on Dominican Republic

      will explore Santo Domingo a few days – the Zona Colonial. It will remind me of Old Town in Albuquerque or the square in Santa Fe. shorts weather here. we don’t like snow at Scotttreks.


      2019/03/12 at 4:24 am
  • From Pat Riley on Raining Dogs and Cats

    The rain reminds me of New Mexico … just kidding … we can only wish!

    2019/02/17 at 3:08 pm
    • From scott on Raining Dogs and Cats

      Hi pat – thanks for dropping by. New Mexico weather is as hard to predict as the state is.

      2019/02/18 at 3:27 am
  • From on Tulum Sunrise

    Your mom would be proud of your artistry. I’m proud to have been along for the ride.

    2019/01/02 at 11:14 am
    • From Scott Lafon on Tulum Sunrise

      thanks for dropping by… are featured in posts here, especially in Tulum. we just got through the Albuquerque Blizzard of 2018.

      2019/01/05 at 5:47 am
  • From Scott Lafon on I Am Here

    at first i thought it was written with a finger too but the letters seemed too straight and sharp. im still not certain they didn’t use something more pointed than a finger. in going back i see the idea is a distraction so it has been eliminated. It was a great little side trip sold by that guy on the street when we were walking to get something to eat.

    2018/12/17 at 3:36 am
  • From Charlie on King for the Day

    If I were King for a Day, I would fill the prisons with social justice warriors and foul-mouthed Hollywood celebrity malcontents who threaten the President of the U.S. on a daily basis. I once went to the old Albuquerque Airport, at the height of the Vietnam War, to protest Richard Nixon’s arrival. Once the doors of Air Force One opened, all I could see was the President. I realized that it didn’t matter who was the President at the time; I had respect and awe for the office of the President. There was no protest from me, only a great appreciation that I could see my President “in-person” and in”living color”. What happened to supporting our elected leaders, whether we voted for them or not?

    2018/11/20 at 8:09 pm
  • From Charlie on Mickey's New Employee

    I hate the kiosks. Sharon and I encountered one in Maui, when we were looking for a dinner that wouldn’t cost us $50 (or more) at the tourist traps. I fiddled with the damnable machine for a few minutes, without results. Sharon, being more patient and more technologically advanced than her Luddite husband, solved the mysteries of the machine and we got our dinners. However, there were no views of the ocean, no girls in bikinis, no waiters asking if our dinners were delicious. The customers seemed satisfied though. One couple played a card game at their table and at another, small, quiet children were enjoying their night out with mom and dad. Instead of candles at our tables, our food was illuminated by harsh fluorescent lights, exposing all of our physical flaws. Still, the fact that the food was a lot cheaper than at the hotel we stayed at made the evening a success. Thank God our dinner wasn’t dependent on my skills navigating the kiosk. May it rot in Hell.

    2018/11/03 at 10:00 am
  • From Alan on Golf in a Cow Pasture

    Lol, didn’t know you’d be writing a spot on our outing! It’s a tough little course but I always enjoy getting out on it!

    2018/10/01 at 4:45 pm
    • From Scott Lafon on Golf in a Cow Pasture

      thanks for dropping by…… I add posts whenever they come to mind. it is a tough course because of the obstacles built in to its location and design.

      2018/10/16 at 3:38 pm
  • From Alan on Cloud Patterns

    These clouds look a little like what Berta called buttermilk clouds, but not quite! Lol. Maybe they are a cloud seeding experiment?

    2017/12/25 at 4:42 pm
    • From Scott Lafon on Cloud Patterns

      They could be part of geo-engineering, but I PREFER TO THINK OF PANCAKES WHEN I SEE THEM..

      2018/01/05 at 5:35 am
  • From David Currie on Up a Creek

    Hey Scott – I am happy that the creek photos made it to your Trek’s page. Hope you and Alan caught some fish!

    2017/12/24 at 8:06 am
    • From Scott Lafon on Up a Creek

      Always good to revisit the ranch. Your Grandfather and our Aunt made it a great place to be in the summer. They were very kind. Lots of memories on the creek. We didn’t catch much but it is still peaceful around the water. Thanks for stopping by Scotttreks.

      2018/01/05 at 5:28 am
  • From Alan LaFon on Home Sweet Home

    Great to see you have landed into a home base….at least for a while! A home you can come back to after another trip!

    2017/12/19 at 4:51 pm
  • From Alan on Driving Range Rainbow

    I haven’t played since you came over for Thanksgiving! Need to start playing again. Nice to see you’re posting again.

    2017/12/15 at 8:52 am
    • From Scott Lafon on Driving Range Rainbow

      Winter is making it hard to get out much. Trying not to become a driving range junkie. Already looking forward to Spring.

      2017/12/26 at 5:56 am
  • From on Snail and Tortoise

    Major Tom (the turtle) is a star! Tom does take some chances when he shares the same yard with the mule deer. He pretends he’s a rock when the deer arrive on the scene and their curiosity, many times, leads to the deer tapping at his shell or poking their noses at him, trying to coax Tom out for a visit.

    2017/10/29 at 7:45 pm
    • From Scott Lafon on Snail and Tortoise

      There is much to be said for staying in your living room when Rome burns…..Having a mule deer step on your roof would not give you much sense of security.

      2017/10/30 at 5:48 am
  • From Calley on Northern Arizona University Graduation - 2015

    Uncle Scott

    This was such a wonderful celebration, I am so glad you were there. It is great to see these pictures and remember. Still so funny to me that is snowed! And Pickles loved summer camp at your place 🙂


    2017/06/30 at 10:13 am
    • From Scott Lafon on Northern Arizona University Graduation - 2015

      thanks for visiting. good to hear you and pickles are doing well. enjoy what you are doing.

      2017/07/04 at 8:48 am
  • From Alan LaFon on Tree of Life

    Nice post!

    2017/06/29 at 3:51 pm
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