Sep 152016
Los Luceros Celebrates With Fall Apple Harvest Festival on September 25th

Share It! The New Mexico Historic Sites is sponsoring the Los Luceros Fall Apple Festival on Sunday, September 25, 2016 from 12pm to 4pm. New Mexicans are encouraged to bring the whole family for a fun afternoon in Alcalde. The Fall Apple Festival will include an educational presentation on heritage apples, demonstrations of apple cooking ideas with take-home recipes, a cider pressing demonstration, live music, and tours of the historic ranch buildings. There will also be an exhibition space for area agricultural groups offering resources including the FFA, 4HA and [Read More]

Aug 282015
Review of New Mexico RV Parks and Campgrounds Stayed in by Discover New Mexico

Share It!  Albuquerque Central KOA, Albuquerque – Excellent (see the article)   Enchanted Trails RV Park & Trading Post, Albuquerque – Clean, affordable, staff was not overly friendly, wi-fi was poor. Park has a clean pool, a gift shop and laundry. Located next to Camper World. It is not in Albuquerque but on the outskirts with open countryside surrounding it. Los Suenos de Santa Fe RV Park, Santa Fe – Very good (see the article) Riana Campground, Abiquiu Lake – The Riana campground check-in was easy and the camp hosts [Read More]

Jun 212013
North to Colorado: New Mexico Highway 285

Share It!North to Colorado: New Mexico Highway 285 Rio Grande Rift, San Antonio Mountain, Taos Plateau, Ojo Caliente, Tres Piedras, Antonito,     New Mexico Hwy 285 north to the Colorado Border. Once leaving Espanola, New Mexico, on New Mexico highway 285, through the canyon and cliff-lined road, traveling on north toward the Colorado border along the Rio Grande Rift, the drive offers a view of the high country from atop the Taos Plateau. Little known and less driven, this highway trip is vested with some of New Mexico’s most [Read More]

Jun 212013
Espanola, New Mexico: Revealing the hidden charm

Share It!Espanola, New Mexico: Revealing the hidden charm By Cheryl Bruedigam In my travels I have been to Espanola many times, mostly just passing through, and never saw or appreciated all this backseat-to-Santa Fe has to offer. Its reputation for highway-cruising low-riders and its proximity to the international destination of Santa Fe, have likely kept it on the less explored travel list. A recent lengthy visit however revealed the cultural charms, beautiful views and peaceful valley within Espanola. Originally settled by the Spanish explorer Onate because of the location near [Read More]

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