Wednesday, May 22, 2019

New Mexico Nomad

A New Mexican that enjoys exploring back roads and learning more about the history of the Land of Enchantment.

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Coyote & Hagan

Hagan Coal was discovered in Una de Gato Arroyo in 1902. By 1905 60 miners set up a mining camp in what would become Hagan....

The Short Life & Legend of Billy the Kid

Hollywood westerns distill the old west into an assortment of good guys wearing white hats and bad guys wearing black hats. The reality was...

Esteban the Moor

For those miffed about the lack of diversity in Oscar nods, I have a story idea that would get the attention of the Academy....

Chilaquiles

Los Poblanos Historic Inn is a pastoral oasis on Rio Grande Boulevard in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque. Located 4 miles from Old Town, this...

Blue Corn Yogurt Pancakes

Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm is a beautiful, secluded property on Rio Grande Boulevard in the verdant, acequia fed farmland bordering the...

Lavender Lemon Cupcakes

Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm encompasses the original headquarters of an 800-acre ranch owned by former Congressman Albert Simms and his wife,...

Flavors of New Mexico

When I moved away from New Mexico I missed my family, friends, the mountains, and food, though not necessarily in that order. My frequent...

Kasha-Katuwe | Tent Rocks National Monument

Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is a very popular hiking destination for residents of Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Located on Cochiti Pueblo, Kasha-Katuwe means...

City of Rocks State Park

Volcanic Campground New Mexico’s volcanic past is on display in all directions, from the volcanic mountains that pepper the horizon to geologic oddities in unexpected...

El Rancho de las Golondrinas

New Mexico became a state in 1912; however, humans settled the region thousands of years ago. Prior to first contact with Europeans, Meso-American tribes...
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