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10 Mar Posted by in United States | Comments

Carlsbad, New Mexico – dark caves, but sunny days

Carlsbad, New Mexico – dark caves, but sunny days

If it had not been for those darn bats, this enormous cave system, known as Carlsbad Caverns, in southeastern New Mexico may have never been discovered. Now, you can not only visit there and venture down underground 750 feet where you will not see the light of day, but you don’t even have to take ...

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12 Oct Posted by in United States | Comments

Cliff Dwellings at Bandelier National Forest

Cliff Dwellings at Bandelier National Forest

If you want to venture away from your own, most likely modern, dwelling place to see some ancient dwellings, plan a trip to New Mexico to visit abodes set in cliffs at Bandelier National Forest. Some of the best features of New Mexico as a destination include the history, the hiking, the camping and the ...

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21 Aug Posted by in United States | Comments

Hiking in the Sandia Mountains, New Mexico

Hiking in the Sandia Mountains, New Mexico

New Mexico really does have some beautiful sunsets, and quite often when the day is ending the Sandia Mountains, on the east side of Albuquerque, do take on a gorgeous red color. Sandia means “watermelon” in Spanish so the name fits well. It is not unusual to find people of all ages at the bottom ...

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03 Aug Posted by in Road Trip, United States | 1 comment

Lincoln, New Mexico – From the courthouse to Billy the Kid, Lincoln is full of history

Lincoln, New Mexico – From the courthouse to Billy the Kid, Lincoln is full of history

Fortunately, I decided to change my route one time when I was returning home to Albuquerque from the southeastern part of New Mexico. Something about the area as I drove through a very small town in the mountains spoke loudly even though you could miss the whole town if you sneezed. I did not even ...

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26 Jul Posted by in Adventure, United States | Comments

The peaceful red arches of Moab, Utah

The peaceful red arches of Moab, Utah

Southeast Utah is not a very populated area, but it certainly offers one of the most beautiful places to visit. The first time I went through Moab, I fell in love with the color, that red tint that is quite unique, you might even say soothing. The town itself is a fun place to walk ...

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