Wednesday, July 17, 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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Natural Resources in Albuquerque

One of the perks of living in New Mexico’s largest city is that nature is never far away in Albuquerque. I used to work...

Chloride, New Mexico

Of the many ghost towns in Sierra County, Chloride, New Mexico is my favorite. There are more historic buildings left standing than there are...

Cuchillo, New Mexico

Though Cuchillo, New Mexico served as a waypoint for traffic to Winston and Chloride during the mining boom, it was more of an agricultural...

Desert Hobbits in the Southwestern Shire

Driving in New Mexico often involves long hours spent in a car on roads with minimal traffic. The environment is conducive to prolonged, random...

Communing with Cows

I have a longstanding affinity for cows. That may be due to growing up on a farm. They like me. I like them. As...

Hats for Function and Fashion in New Mexico

Hats are prevalent in New Mexico and we are having more fun with the options than most of the country. I realized this several...

Green Chile Stew

After posting a couple of soup recipes over the last several months, I received numerous requests for a good green chile stew recipe. There...

Roadrunner

Roadrunners are a common sight in the west and southwest, but, as New Mexico's state bird, they are part of the regional narrative. We...

Mogollon, New Mexico

Founded in 1876, Mogollon was named after Don Juan Ignacio Flores Mogollon, a governor of the Spanish province of New Mexico in the 1700's....
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