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Bandera Volcano and Ice Cave

September 19, 2017, No comments

Sometimes called “The Land of Fire and Ice,” Bandera Volcano and Ice Cave is in a unique location in New Mexico. 10,000 years ago, Bandera Volcano ...

Wickenburg, Arizona

September 2, 2017, No comments

Wickenburg, Arizona sits along the banks of Hassayampa Creek. The town was established as a supply depot for the Vulture Mine, discovered in 1852 by H ...

Big Nose Kate

August 27, 2017, No comments

Rising to fame through her association with Doc Holliday, the notorious “soiled dove”, Big Nose Kate, didn’t start life as a prostit ...

The Healing Waters of Jemez Springs, New Mexico

August 23, 2017, No comments

Nestled between soaring red rock mesas, which are the remnants of ancient lava flows, the Village of Jemez Springs in New Mexico is a charming and rel ...

The Legend of Youngblood’s Lost Dutchman Mine

August 17, 2017, Comments Off on The Legend of Youngblood’s Lost Dutchman Mine

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, Comments Off on The Legend of the Hell Hill Line

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. ...

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