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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
Anne Hillerman’s sixth book in the popular series of book created by her father, Tony, was just released in April of 2021. In honor of Stargazer, we share an interview with Anne from when the previous book in the series, The Tale Teller, was published. Since the interview, her beloved husband, Don Strel, passed away. Generations of readers have been fans of Tony Hillerman’s mystery books set on the Navajo Nation, featuring his beloved characters, Navajo Tribal Police Officers Joe … Read More
A Mid-Winter Pause to Reflect | By Snowsports Writer Daniel Gibson Winter seems to have run out of steam, or I should say, condensation. The snow valve has been largely shut off in the Southwest, and the Rockies in general. For instance, Big Sky, Montana reports just a 39-inch base; Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 49 inches at mid-mountain; and Alta, Utah just 41 inches. Cali isn’t any better, with the greatest depth at Squaw Valley — 39 inches at the bottom … Read More