No, for real. Out here for a month for a rotation (my last!), and I love it. I'm living in this tiny little town of Chimayo and working in this other tiny little town of Penasco out in the middle of absolute nowhere. No cell phone service, no pizza delivery places, hell, you have to "go to town" to buy food. But my drive in the morning is unbelievable. Road cuts across a mountain range--I honestly have to be careful not to let the view distract me and drive off the road. I'm not the most sentimental guy, but this place is heartbreakingly beautiful and everyone should visit it one day. I can't wait to get out into the country more this weekend for some hiking. I always figured states like Montana and New Mexico came up with crap like "Big Sky State" and "Land of Enchantment" 'cause they didn't have anything else. I mean, Georgia grows peaches, so that makes sense to me. But Montana really does have a big sky and New Mexico really is enchanting.