Thursday, July 03, 2008


We got a press release from Lt. Gov. Diane Denish this afternoon encouraging New Mexico residents to visit New Mexico vacation spots during the upcoming holiday.

"... in the face of rising fuel costs, New Mexicans should consider staying closer to home and exploring the mountains, lakes, festivals and Pueblo dances in this state.

“ `As a lifelong New Mexican, I’ve experienced so many rich vacations in my home state,' said Lt. Governor Denish, a native of Hobbs. `From playing on the Ruidoso River as a child to bicycling around Albuquerque today, I’ve enjoyed that big, blue sky, the endless views and the people who make up our multicultural heritage.' ”
However, somebody apparently didn't read Denish's press release.

My very next e-mail was from the governor's office.

"Governor Richardson and First Lady Barbara Richardson will be in Cape Cod for the holiday weekend. They will also spend time with the First Lady’s family in the area. They will return early next week."

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