Aug 282015
 
Editor's Blog - Travel Living in Red River

Share It!  In my life I have lived all over New Mexico: Red River/Questa, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Portales and Silver City. Today I thought I would share my stories of Red River and the area. My travels to New Mexico began early, at the age of ten. We had relatives that owned lodges and cabins in Red River so we were able to visit frequently, enjoying summer vacations fishing, horseback riding, mountain hiking or exploring old gold mines. Winter holidays offered snow-mobile riding, activities at the ski area, hunting for [Read More]

Jan 132015
 
New Mexico Ski Resorts Included in Ten Best Off-the-Radar Ski Destinations

Share It!  Three of New Mexico’s ski resorts, Pajarito, Sipapu, and Red River, have been listed in the Ten Best Off-the-radar Ski Destinations according to 10best.com Pajarito is the tiny ski area tucked away high above the Secret City, Los Alamos. Originally developed for the skiing scientists of Los Alamos Laboratories, it now offers public skiing and snowboarding without lines or cluttered slopes. The perfect New Mexico ski get-away. The family-owned Sipapu is another small and secluded resort offering great lift prices and a family fun environment with lodging available [Read More]

Feb 082012
 
Red River: Mardi Gras in the Mountains

Share It!Mardi Gras in the Mountains February 16-21, 2012   THEME: THROUGHOUT THE AGES   Don’t miss out on all the excitement, fun, and mayhem at Mardi Gras in the Mountains in Red River, New Mexico.   Main Events:  •Thursday – Burning of the Wild Tchoupitoula – Krewe Tauxn Ball at the Motherlode Saloon  •Friday – Drink Making Contest – Krewe de Lush Ball at the Bull O’ the Woods Saloon  •Saturday – Main Street Parade – Motley Krewe Ball at the Red River sSki Chalet  •Sunday – Children’s Ball [Read More]

Jan 042012
 
New Mexico’s Top Five Destinations

Share It!Santa Fe, New Mexico Santa Fe, known as the City Different, the state’s capitol city, is also an international favorite hosting visitors from all over the world each year. One of the world’s largest cities for the arts, Santa Fe’s Indian Markets and galleries contribute to its unique shopping experience. Santa Fe’s central location makes it the perfect jumping-off point for day trips visiting nearby points of interest such as Los Alamos (famous for the Los Alamos National Laboratories), The Eight Northern Pueblos, the Enchanted Circle (Taos, Red River, [Read More]

Dec 212011
 
Travel Living in Red River

Share It!Travel Living in Red River ~ Cheryl Yale-Bruedigam My travels to New Mexico began early, at the age of ten. We had relatives that owned lodges and cabins in Red River so we were able to visit frequently, enjoying summer vacations fishing, horseback riding, mountain hiking or exploring old gold mines. Winter holidays offered snow-mobile riding, activities at the ski area, hunting for Christmas trees, cozy concerts with Texas outlaws in roughly decorated but intimate venues and lots of snow. The summer I was sixteen however, brought a unique [Read More]

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