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Our impromptu trip to Fort Bayard a few months ago was a culmination of two things: spending every weekend at home and simultaneously living through historic times. When it reached the peak of stir-crazy, my husband and I decided to take the kids out for a drive from Las Cruces to the City of Rocks State Park for an afternoon picnic. I suggested the drive to Fort Bayard, about a half-hour away, which I advertised to my young son and … Read More
Enjoy the ‘Roy: Credo of a Taos Ski Valley Snow Groomer | By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | “Enjoy the ‘roy” is the personal tagline on Tommy Murray’s text messages and Internet postings. It’s a fitting sentiment, as Murray is Taos Ski Valley’s snow surfaces manager, directing its superlative grooming crews that work all night, every night, to prepare the slopes for skiers, laying down some of the finest corduroy in the business. He also directs Taos’ snowmaking and terrain … Read More
There’s a delicious new business partnership between Coquette, known for their artisanal cakes in decorated Mason jars, and Santa Fe Spirits, the premier micro-distillery of the Southwest. The Santa Fe Spirits Downtown Tasting Room at 308 Read St. reopens Thursday, March 25, 2021, at 4 p.m. To celebrate, Coquette has created three desserts in decorated jars exclusively for Santa Fe Spirits that will be available at The Downtown Tasting Room, incorporating their handcrafted liquors with locally sourced ingredients. The dessert … Read More