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If you’re into art or history, or just like being outdoors, a trip to the Three Rivers Petroglyph Site, in Southern New Mexico about halfway between Tularosa and Carrizozo, is a must. Just east of U.S. Highway 54, there’s a basaltic escarpment and, on nearly every available surface along the ridgeline, the Jornada Mogollon people, sometime between 900 and 1400 CE, chipped the desert varnish to create petroglyphs. The History The people lived along three creeks that give the place … Read More
Not having our beloved markets and festivals to attend in 2020 made a hard year even harder, but there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel! The International Folk Art Market has provisional plans in place to hold an extended 2021 market in accordance with Department of Health Restrictions. Here’s what they shared in a press release: The world-renowned International Folk Art Market (IFAM) is scheduled to have the event in person July 7 – July 18, … Read More
Just in time to celebrate “National Drink Wine Day” on February 18, the New Mexico Tourism Department (NMTD) launched the New Mexico Wine & Where quiz, an online tool that lets you easily explore the different wine varieties of America’s oldest wine region. Visit www.newmexico.org/wine-and-where to access the quiz. As a fun way to learn the region and support local wineries, the interactive pairing tool prompts you to select from categories like flavor, comfort zone and travel vibe and gives your ideal … Read More