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Northern New Mexico is home to dozens of scenic byways with their own unique and gorgeous views. From the High Roads to Taos to the Enchanted Circle, each one will surely amaze and inspire you. Some of these drives also happen to be a great way to get to some of our favorite day trips from Santa Fe. Here are some of our favorites: The High Road to Taos This byway runs through and alongside many natural and cultural treasures, such as the … Read More
The Adobe Deli squats at the base of the Florida Mountains foothills less than an hour’s drive west of Las Cruces, stubbornly and proudly clinging to its history. This combination steakhouse, bar, and grill anchors a compound of low-slung buildings reminiscent of a well-worn cowboy movie set. The former Lewis Flats School (built in 1936 and named for an area ranching family) once served a few dozen elementary school students from ranches and farms in rural Luna County east of … Read More
The Santa Fe Conservation Trust’s annual community conservation celebration is going entirely virtual for the second year. So, despite COVID, you can have an evening learning more about the good work done by this nonprofit organization, enjoy entertainment, and support their efforts. This year’s fundraiser goes live Thursday, August 26, at 7 p.m. with pre-event entertainment hosted by Jono Manson, including performances of Native American hoop dances by the Lightning Boy Foundation, plus performances by Lara Manzanares, Jaime Michaels, Indigie … Read More