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Former New Mexico innkeeper knows secrets and tells anyone who will listen.

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Villanueva, NM: Spanish Colonial Village and Beautiful Setting for a New Mexico State Park

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Small town New Mexico. Well, that is what the majority of New Mexico is. In a state with 121,355 sq miles of space, and less that 2 million people to populate it, (over half of them living in greater Albuquerque), you can well imagine that most of NM is very rural. If you would like […]

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Heron Lake, NM and the Stone House Lodge

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

A Beautifully Scenic New Mexico Drive to a Serene and Relaxing Destination. It has been a week since I last posted and I admit I am a little out of steam. Lots of ideas – no motavation, so I thought I’d write about the why of this. We took the long weekend off and went […]

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