Santa Fe, New Mexico

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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.

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Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

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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.

Frontier Trading Post

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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.

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New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum

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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

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Rio Puerco Bridge

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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Moonrise

Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico, 1941

Ansel Adams

Indivisible – The Weaving

Indivisible – the Weaving