Monday, March 25, 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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Fort Stanton Snowy River National Conservation Area

In 2009 Congress designated the Fort Stanton Cave and 25,080 acres surrounding it as a National Cave Conservation Area to protect the...

Fort Stanton Historic Site

After the Mexican American war, the United States established numerous forts across the newly acquired territory. They constructed Fort Stanton in 1855 to control...

Stargazing in New Mexico

New Mexico’s skies are exquisite. The abundance of earth tones is offset by a sky prone to colorful antics. The sky often looks more...

Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness

There are many places in New Mexico with landscapes more reminiscent of a Star Wars movie than what most people would expect from the...

El Morro

El Morro is an oasis on the arid plains of western New Mexico. A natural water cache at the base of the mesa has...

Searing Southwestern Heat

It’s hot in the in high desert at the moment. Very hot. I know that it is hot elsewhere. I read about a heat...

Revel | Silver City

Silver City's food scene is remarkable for a small town and Revel is adding to that tradition, with field to fork, casual dining that...

Love Apple | Taos

The Love Apple is a Northern New Mexican restaurant emphasizing local, organic home cooking. They are housed in what was once known as the...

Cornerstone Bakery | Ruidoso

Steven and Marie Gomez purchased Cornerstone Bakery Café in February, 2010. They had been loyal customers of the Bakery for 8 years, first as...

La Nueva Casita Cafe | Las Cruces

Established in 1957 and located in the Historic Mesquite District, along the original Camino Real Route, La Nueva Casita Cafe has become a staple...
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