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Matt Dahlseid

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Matt Dahlseid is a digital enterprise producer and outdoors writer for the Santa Fe New Mexican.

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Rich and Ginny Wiseman look out from their balcony onto the courtyard of La Secoya de El Castillo last week. The couple moved into their unit …

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Ginny Wiseman journals last week in her apartment at the new La Secoya de El Castilla life plan community.

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The bistro and dining area of the La Secoya de El Castillo life plan community.

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From left, Rich Wiseman, Ginny Wiseman, Bev Larzelere and Ben Larzelere III have a conversation last week in a sitting area near the front ent…

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Elena Graves, born in El Salvador, recently met her biological sister after 30 years apart. The two were separated when they were adopted by A…

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new study by environmental scientists from the University of Colorado Boulder’s Earth Lab found evidence to support that the “average fire events in regions of the United States are up to four times the size, triple the frequency, and more widespread in the 2000s than in the previous two decades.”

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Hi, David. I had to look this up when writing the story to confirm what Bob told me. It is possible to reach Juneau with a car, but it requires getting on a ferry. The city is not connected to the continental highway system due to the surrounding terrain of ice fields, mountains and ocean…

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Hello, Richard. This cancellation was last year and they haven't updated that web page. I went to the refuge on the first Sunday of this month and can confirm that the event is taking place this year.

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Hello, John. Please take a look at the info box at the bottom of the article for contact info.

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Matt Dahlseid commented on A good time to explore badlands

I'm glad you enjoyed the pieces, Angel. Coco's guidebook is a great resource on the Valles Caldera and she was a joy to interview. Have fun on your upcoming adventures. There's so much out there to explore in this stunning state.

Matt Dahlseid

Hi Meredith. Yes, the trails are open to hikers. There are generally more bikers, but it's a fun place to hike, too.

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Matt Dahlseid commented on Finding a place outdoors in the winter

Thank you for the kind words, Kathy. I'm glad to have the opportunity to write about wandering around this beautiful state.

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