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Snow Trax 18 | A Season Winds Down | By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | That’s all she wrote, folks! Actually, the regional ski season will continue into April, and even longer elsewhere, but this is the final column I will write for the 2020–21 season. Thanks for reading along. Comments, ideas, etc. for next season’s stories are appreciated! I can be reached at [email protected] This week we’ll look at what remains open locally, combined with current conditions. Skiing and … Read More
| By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | Ghostly Ski Areas — Ski Rio | Ever wonder what becomes of ski areas that cease operations? New Mexico has a handful of so-called “ghost ski areas” and I recently stumbled across a fantastic short video about one of them, Ski Rio. Ski Rio was located in the Sangre de Cristos very close to the Colorado border, near the town of Amalia. It operated from 1982– 1990, and again from 1995–2000, and was … Read More
People consume more than four and a half billion tacos in the United States every year, and New Mexico, nestled perfectly between South and North America, captures the swirling essences of the cultures that influence one of our favorite foods. There is a definite difference between Mexican cuisine and New Mexican tradition when it comes to the taco, but three simple elements — no matter where you are in the world — make a taco a taco. A taco is … Read More