This was probably one of the most singular experiences that we participated in and it helped inform what kind of awesome work that Taos Search and Rescue performs. This feels like it was a long time ago (okay, maybe it was) and we were just starting Keep Wagging / Nose Prints out.
We met with Delinda VanneBrightyn and she kindly took the time to tell us about their mission and arranged for a demo to illustrate just how professional they are and how difficult the work is.
I highly suggest checking out Taos Search and Rescue's web site when you have a chance and watch the video below. It's really quite informative.
We didn't know much about Taos Search and Rescue until they put us through the paces. We learned that they are all volunteers, highly competent and professional. They work in all kinds of weather throughout the state searching for lost hikers, climbers, hunters, campers, children, people with Alzheimer’s or dementia, skiers, snowmobilers. Here's an enlightening profile of a typical rescue in the Rio Grande gorge.
We encourage you to support the fantastic work Taos Search and Rescue does here!
Our new design is hopefully one of those lessons that life teaches us early on. For some, it's in their later years that the pieces click together and they finally get it. What you put out in the universe comes back to you. Treat people with disrespect, you'll harvest a ton of disrespect directed toward you. Treat people with kindness and respect, and I guarantee you'll be able to look back upon your life with a smile.
I'm hoping this image captures the spirit of this though and we can increase the peace going forward. Keep Wagging!
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