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Spring is here and, though we'll probably have a few more snowstorms, it's a great time of year for a road trip. Here in New Mexico, the perfect getaway for fans of history and American food takes you back to the heyday of neon lights and all-night diners, an era when families explored America in shiny new cars rolling along the Mother Road, otherwise known as Route 66.
Doing it His Way: Mayor Christof Brownell of Taos Ski Valley | By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | Note: Be sure to check current conditions at the bottom of the story, including news on opening at Pajarito Mountain. His is the classic case of the outsider becoming the insider, the person with no authority becoming the authority. Christof Brownell was a lucky kid. Born and raised in Taos Ski Valley, he is the older of two sons of Elisabeth and … Read More
This week, snowsports journalist Daniel Gibson takes us skiing at his own private paradise, then provides regional resort condition updates for January 6. | At “Ski Vallecitos” frozen wild grass is considered a skiable surface, as are icy ponderosa pine needles. I was reminded of this on a New Year’s outing to the Tusas Mountains and the small straw bale cabin we have on the banks of the Rio Vallecitos north of Ojo Caliente. We have a tradition of heading … Read More