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From the Newsletter: Zuni Pueblo MainStreet Festival

Zuni Pueblo MainStreet Festival: May 5-6, 2018 Come out to support local businesses, arts and community at the annual Zuni Pueblo MainStreet Festival! Always filled with local art vendors, this year's fitting theme is "Celebrate the heART of Zuni Pueblo". The festival...

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Photo Friday: Taos Pueblo

Happy Friday! This week's photo feature is of Taos Pueblo. During most of the spring, this historic area was closed for ceremonies, but fear not! As of this past Monday, this landmark is open again for visitors! If you've never visited this beautiful site, it is...

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From Hobo to Travel Expert: Mile High Dining in Denver

After four years in Boulder as a chef at an Italian restaurant, Bruce made his way to Denver. At age 33, Bruce Sawyer was the head chef of one of the most exclusive dining rooms in all of Denver, Colorado, but he was in need of a vacation. Bruce ran the private dining...

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From the Newsletter: National Park Week

National Park Week: April 21-29, 2018 For one week each April, the National Park Foundation (the official charity for the parks) reminds everyone to celebrate America's treasures by hosting numerous programs and events during National Park Week. This is a great time...

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Photo Friday: Railroad Nostalgia

This week's Photo Friday feature is of an old railroad maintenance building near Wagon Mound, New Mexico. Wagon Mound was a landmark for covered wagons and traders on the Santa Fe Trail. The Santa Fe Trail connected Independence, Missouri and Santa Fe, New Mexico in...

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From the Newsletter: Fire Season

NOTE: This is a summary of an article originally posted March 18 via the Albuquerque Journal website. Read the Albuquerque Journal article in its entirety here > Rich Sack, acting fire planner for the Santa Fe and Carson National Forests in northern New Mexico,...

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Photo Friday: Chiles and Blues

Happy Friday, everyone! This week's Photo Friday features decor distinctive to New Mexico: blue doors and chiles. Unique and decorative southwestern pueblo architecture is just one of the many appeals of New Mexico. Strung dried red pods of chiles, called ristras, are...

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El Santuario de Chimayo: A Pilgrim’s Destination

Happy Friday, everyone! In honor of Easter, this week's Photo Friday feature is of El Santuario de Chimayo. Every year, tens of thousands of pilgrims make the walk to El Santuario de Chimayo during Holy Week. According to the official website, "some walk as an...

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From the Newsletter: 35th Annual Pow Wow in Albuquerque

Come to Albuquerque to attend the 35th Annual International World Celebration Gathering of Nations Pow Wow! People from all over the globe have made the Gathering of Nations Pow Wow their ultimate travel destination. This year, we think you should join the crowd. This...

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From Hobo to Travel Expert: Hitchhiking to Colorado

Bruce’s friend from New York, Jackie, and two of her girlfriends had rented a condo in Snowmass and found jobs in hotels and restaurants in Aspen, Colorado. Jackie invited Bruce to come out west, telling him of the natural beauty and how very different from New York....

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