Posts Tagged ‘Christmas’

Feliz Navidad

Thursday, December 15th, 2011

Amanda's Gingerbread Store

Heather and Her Gingerbread Store

Merry Christmas From Amanda's

Season’s greetings from the beautiful Jemez Mountains and Amanda’s Jemez Mountain Country Store.
As we reflect on this past year, we recognize that it has been a rough one for many. With an extended recession affecting many, the Las Conchas Fire and a forest closure, it has been a challenging year. Having said that, we have been richly blessed. Many of our blessings come because of you, our friends and customers. We appreciate your patronage and friendship and wish you all a Merry Christmas, happy holidays and a prosperous and Happy New Year.
We encourage all to consider ways to serve others, in the manner of the Great Exemplar. During this coming year may God richly bless you and yours.

Feliz Navidad y Prospero Ano Nuevo.

And for a New Year’s resolution……
take a kid fishing…..often. (more…)

Jemez Christmas Time Tradition

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

That Perfect Tree?

It’s a most wonderful time of the year. While many spend the first few days after Thanksgiving at the mall or the superstore….some opt to build family traditions with lasting memories. Come to the Jemez and pick out that perfect Christmas tree. First, you will need to stop at the ranger station and pick up a permit. Permits are available at the Jemez Ranger District office just north of Jemez Springs (closed Sat/Sun) or the Walatowa visitor center at the Red Rocks (open weekends). These are the only two local options so be sure and get your permit first. A Christmas tree permit will cost you $10.00 and you may purchase five permits per family. You may harvest one tree up to ten feet tall per permit. Trees taller than ten feet may be harvested with an extra tag. All forest roads are open and generally clear of snow. The Jemez Ranger District will provide maps of suggested cutting areas. And why not bring your fishing pole. The Jemez River is full of fish and Fenton Lake was stocked November 22nd with 1386 Rainbow Trout. It usually takes a day or two for the fish to settle down, so this weekend…..perfect. (more…)