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The Legend of Youngblood’s Lost Dutchman Mine

August 17, 2017, No comments

There are actually several mines known as the Lost Dutchman in the Southwest. The most famous, of course, if the Lost Dutchman Mine in the Superstitio ...

The Legend of the Hell Hill Line

August 11, 2017, No comments

While it is true that the railroads civilized the West, it was never easy. In fact, you might say it was an uphill battle — especially in Colorado. ...

Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument

August 7, 2017, No comments

Around 1.6 million years ago, a large area in New Mexico became geologically active. The Valles and Toledo craters began spewing out ash, rock fragmen ...


Blackwater Draw Archeological Site: Clovis People

August 5, 2017, No comments

Near Clovis, New Mexico, is the archeological site of Blackwater Draw. Nearly 13,000 years ago, large glaciers covered the North American continent in ...

The Colorado Mountain Charm of Cripple Creek

July 17, 2017, Comments Off on The Colorado Mountain Charm of Cripple Creek

Cripple Creek, elevation 9, 494 feet, just below tree line was not part of the Colorado gold rush that began in the late 1850s. It was thought the are ...

Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument

July 12, 2017, Comments Off on Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument

The remote region of New Mexico called the Salinas Basin has been home to a number of cultures for at least 2,000 years. Large pueblos and trade settl ...



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