Silver City New Mexico sits on the edge of 3 million acres of the Gila National Forest. It is the first National Forest, as many recognized it for its unseen beauty. From this place I hand make copper craft and immerse myself in learning the past of the southwest.

Join me on my adventure, as I walk you through this living history. Through the lens of anthropology, natural history, and art, my blog offers a private space for you to experience this wonderment at your own pace.

Follow my blog to learn more about the local area, its inhabitants, arts, happenings, and other special tidbits in the southwest.

In addition to running the Stonehouse Inn, I take on projects as a content writer, educator, or artisan. To learn more go to Linkedin.

Oasis in the Sky

Two hours south of Silver City are the Chiricahua Mountains.  Apache ways had a connection with the sky island’s diverse...