Category: New Mexico

Santa Fe Farmers Market

Santa Fe, New Mexico is well known for its rich history, diverse culture, world-class art, chili-inspired culinary dishes, and, distinct Southwestern style. One stop worth making on your next trip to Santa Fe has to be the Farmer's Market, located in the relatively new, Railyard Park. The market began with...

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El Morro National Monument

As a road tripper, I try to stay off the interstates and main highways...discovering El Morro is a perfect example of why I do this. Located in west central New, Mexico, along an ancient trail off highway 53, is this historic site that was once home to 1500 Zuni Indians...

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Santa Fe “City Different” Walking Tour

I recently visited Santa Fe, New Mexico and stayed at the Santa Fe Sage Inn. During my stay I discovered they offer a "City Different” walking tour, which takes visitors to some of the landmark sights around downtown, as well as providing answers to many of those burning Santa Fe...

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Chaco Canyon, where the Spirits tell a story

A few years ago I saw a documentary on the Chaco Culture National Historical Park...I was completely surprised that I'd never heard of this wondrous place before—after watching the documentary, I knew it was somewhere I had to go one day.  "One day" came this past May...here's my adventure. Coming...

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Bobbin’ around Bandelier

Bandelier National Monument is located just outside of Los Alamos, New Mexico and makes for a great day trip when visiting nearby Santa Fe.  The indigenous people that lived in the area dating back some 10,000 years, enjoyed the rugged arid landscape due in part to the the flowing streams...

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