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This week we take a brief look at another key function of ski areas that largely goes unnoticed by skiers, but plays a huge role in how good or bad the experience on the slopes is. As with snow grooming, making manmade snow is an activity carried on largely at night and thus out of sight. None in New Mexico do it more, and better, than the crew at Taos Ski Valley, led by Tommy Murray, snow surfaces manager. Here’s a brief look at the process, plus details on current conditions.
The winter months bring with them cold days and even colder nights. Furnaces and heaters are starting up, fires are being lit, and the oven tends to always have something baking. Blankets pile on couches and warm beverages flow, conjuring images of cozy winter bliss. The winter months also bring with them a higher potential for carbon monoxide exposure and poisoning. Before you settle down this winter, call the professionals. Don’t take a chance with carbon monoxide. Get your home … Read More
Cool down and have some fun with family and friends by visiting one of New Mexico’s many lakes this summer. From swimming and fishing to kayaking and boating, you’re guaranteed to create memories that will last a lifetime. Here are five lakes worth checking out. Lake Carlsbad Lake Carlsbad Recreation Area is a developed city park consisting of more than 125 acres along the Pecos River in Carlsbad. Here, you can take part in several activities, on both water and … Read More