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January 9, 2018, Comments Off on Paying Homage to Movie Icon Dennis Hopper

Sometimes travelers or cemetery seekers enjoy pursuing unknown oddities and go on a spiritual quest to locate the grave site of a person of history or a popular celebrity of […]

Celebrate the Holidays on the Cinder Bear Express

December 17, 2017, Comments Off on Celebrate the Holidays on the Cinder Bear Express

For a limited time only, you can celebrate the holidays on the Cinder Bear Express — a special holiday train on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Rai ...

Christmas on the Pecos

November 27, 2017, Comments Off on Christmas on the Pecos

Christmas on the Pecos gives homeowners along the Pecos River in Carlsbad, New Mexico, a chance to go “overboard” for the holiday season. ...

Valley of Fires National Recreation Area

November 5, 2017, Comments Off on Valley of Fires National Recreation Area

Around 5,000 years ago, a volcano known today as Little Black Peak, erupted filling the Tularosa Basin with molten rock. The resulting lava flow was 4 ...

  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
    October 15, 2017, Comments Off on New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

    Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Museum of Natural History and Science offers a wonderful journey of exploration and learning. Meet New Mexico’s giant dinosaurs, walk through a volcano or […]

  • Bandera Volcano and Ice Cave
    September 19, 2017, Comments Off on Bandera Volcano and Ice Cave

    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 erupted in a violent […]

  • The Healing Waters of Jemez Springs, New Mexico
    August 23, 2017, Comments Off on The Healing Waters of Jemez Springs, New Mexico

    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 relaxing getaway spot. It […]

  • Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument
    August 7, 2017, Comments Off on Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument

    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 fragments, searing hot gases and incandescent […]

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    Blackwater Draw Archeological Site: Clovis People
    August 5, 2017, Comments Off on Blackwater Draw Archeological Site: Clovis People

    Near Clovis, New Mexico, is the archeological site of Blackwater Draw. Nearly 13,000 years ago, large glaciers covered the North American continent including a large portion of the Rocky Mountains. […]

  • 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 settlements of Tiwa […]

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