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

Posts Tagged ‘NM State Parks’

Albuquerque Open Space Secret

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

When we Burqueños, (people of Albuquerque), go to the polls for a city election we always face many bond issues to tax and appropriate money to various things outside the city budget. More often than not there is a bond to purchase more land for city open space on the ballot. It almost always gets […]

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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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