Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe, known at “Town of the Holy Faith” , is an ancient city located at the foot of the Sangre de cristo Mounatins. Santa Fe is magical with its brown adobe architecture that blends in beautifully with the high desert landscape.
24 May 2013 Leave a comment
08 Apr 2013 Leave a comment
Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
The launch field is the site of the Balloon Fiesta’s mass ascension when hundreds of balloons at a time go in in waves. Actual flight times for balloons average one to two hours; but the entire ballooning experience — including pre-flight preparation, flight and post-flight celebration — may take three hours.
15 Feb 2013 Leave a comment
Frontier Trading Post
The trading posts across the Western Frontier grow into a means of bartering goods between the hunters, Indians, farmers and Eastern merchants. This Arizona Trading Post was a market for Navajos and Apaches.
28 Dec 2012 Leave a comment
New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum
An interactive museum that chronicles the 3,000 year history of New Mexico’s agricultural and rural life. The museum offers a link to the “family farm” for those who remember and for those who’ve never been
Website – click here
18 Nov 2012 Leave a comment
Rio Puerco Bridge
Gallup, New Mexico
Historic Route 66, also known as “The Main Street of Ameica’, is 2448 miles longs and travels through 8 states. Built in 1933, the Rio Puerco Bridge new Gallup, New Mexico has been serving Route 66 travelers for nearly 80 years.
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20 May 2012 Leave a comment