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This week, snowsports journalist Daniel Gibson takes us skiing at his own private paradise, then provides regional resort condition updates for January 6. | At “Ski Vallecitos” frozen wild grass is considered a skiable surface, as are icy ponderosa pine needles. I was reminded of this on a New Year’s outing to the Tusas Mountains and the small straw bale cabin we have on the banks of the Rio Vallecitos north of Ojo Caliente. We have a tradition of heading … Read More
There’s a delicious new business partnership between Coquette, known for their artisanal cakes in decorated Mason jars, and Santa Fe Spirits, the premier micro-distillery of the Southwest. The Santa Fe Spirits Downtown Tasting Room at 308 Read St. reopens Thursday, March 25, 2021, at 4 p.m. To celebrate, Coquette has created three desserts in decorated jars exclusively for Santa Fe Spirits that will be available at The Downtown Tasting Room, incorporating their handcrafted liquors with locally sourced ingredients. The dessert … 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