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New Mexico: D.H. Lescombes Winery and Bistro

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We went to the D.H. Lescombes Winery and Bistro, formerly known as St. Clair Winery, with a good sized group of convergence attendees. Since it was Friday night, they had live music, and wine tasting flights for a few bucks.

Live music

Chris Baker was the live music performance. He was pretty good, and did a few standards we could recognize: Travis Tritt’s “Great day to be alive” and Garth Brooks’ “Thunder Rolls”.

Chris Baker on guitar.

Winery grounds

It’s always fun to see the winery grounds.

The entrance to the winery.
The entrance to the winery.
The winery lawn.
The winery lawn.
The fence line between the lawn and the driveway.
The fence line between the lawn and the driveway.
The driveway heading out of the winery.
The driveway heading out of the winery.

We had an interesting time trying to eat outside on the lawn, due to some pretty high winds and a storm that was moving south of the winery.

Storm clouds to the east of the winery.
Storm clouds to the east of the winery.

So we went inside to eat and let the wind die down a bit.

Inside the winery

Though the inside area is a lot smaller than the grounds, it had a pretty cool interior. I preferred black and white for these photos.

We had a great time with all of our new friends, but we did leave a little early so we could get some sleep. On Saturday, we’ll be at the Elephant Butte Balloon Regatta in Elephant Butte, New Mexico.

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