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When you think of visiting Carlsbad, the first destination you likely consider is the world-famous caverns. But if that’s the only place you explore, you’re missing out on many other adventures! Let’s visit Carlsbad, starting with the caverns and then going above and beyond, finding more great outdoor opportunities where it is easy to be socially distant. Carlsbad Caverns National Park Perched high on a Permian bluff is the visitor center for Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Thanks to a unique … Read More
There is no more natural pair than chocolate and Valentine’s Day. With only 10 ingredients and no oven, impress your sweetheart with these three chocolate desserts: Dark Chocolate Buckeyes, Sweet and Salty Pretzels, and Cross My Heart Krispies. These treats are easy and fun, and perfect for getting the kids involved, too. The recipes are naturals for making big batches. These could be welcome gifts for friends or family, as we will largely celebrate the holiday at home this year … Read More
New Mexico Historic Sites to Support Programs and Resources Through Nominal Admissions Increase Since 1931, the New Mexico Historic Sites system has welcomed visitors to explore the state’s past by following in the footsteps of Indigenous people, Spanish conquistadors, Civil War soldiers, outlaws, and lawmen. Each historic site offers unique learning experiences, and in order to continue providing these programs and resources the cost of admission will increase at many sites on Thursday, July 1. “Over the past several years, … Read More