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If our articles (click blue links to read the stories) inspire you to visit White Sands National Park and Three Rivers Petroglyph Site, why not make a full day of it and see both? Along the way, you’ll pass by two local businesses that might have just what you need for a delicious snack to keep you going: pistachios! New Mexico is one of three states that grow pistachios in the United States, along with California and Arizona. Turns out … Read More
Snow Trax 18 | A Season Winds Down | By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | That’s all she wrote, folks! Actually, the regional ski season will continue into April, and even longer elsewhere, but this is the final column I will write for the 2020–21 season. Thanks for reading along. Comments, ideas, etc. for next season’s stories are appreciated! I can be reached at [email protected] This week we’ll look at what remains open locally, combined with current conditions. Skiing and … Read More
Eggs have been important to humans since we started hunting and gathering. They were a main food staple for early people and they symbolize life, fertility, and rebirth in many cultures to this day. For those like me who grew up in the Southwest, spring celebrations always meant cracking cascarones (confetti eggs) on the heads of friends and family, leaving behind an explosion of color. Many other unique egg decorating traditions have originated all over the world. From Germany and … Read More