Mooney Falls in Havasu Canyon

This Land is Your Land

SO OWN IT! Celebrate America’s national parks during this centennial year with an amazing outdoor adventure.  See something new, do something you’ve never done before, and plan it now with the help of National Geographic—-your best resource for the latest parks guides, trail maps, fun books for kids and much more. ENTER TO WIN A […]

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Ramsey Canyon

How To Connect With the Natural World in Southern Arizona

Get Your Hands on Audubon’s Award-Winning Bird Field Guide For Free! It is that time of year again to explore the Sonoran Desert before it gets too hot.  Rolling grasslands, high mountains and warm winters makes southeastern Arizona a birdwatcher’s paradise.  More than 500 species of birds call this area home–hummingbirds can be seen year […]

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How to Walk and Talk with God

Easter weekend draws nearly 40,000 people walking a holy pilgrimage to the El Santuario de Chimayo  church in northern New Mexico, just outside the town of Espanola. A pilgrimage is a journey of the body and soul. Regardless of religion, it is an effort to become closer to God. A pilgrimage is sometimes undertaken to […]

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Actors with The San Luis Valley Theatre Company

Murder at Cafe Noir

The San Luis Valley Theatre Company will be hosting its newest Dinner Theatre Play, Murder at Cafe Noir at the Rodeway Inn (formerly Rio Grande Inn) on March 25 & 26. All we ask is that you reserve by March 10th so the restaurant can prepare for your visit.     The San Luis Valley […]

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Just enjoying the great music!

A Night Out in Santa Fe- The City Different

I finally broke away from the daily grind of working and enjoyed some New Mexican entertainment of dinner and live music last night.  My girlfriend and I started with Del Charro’s Saloon and restaurant.  A favorite among locals, this rustic, western-themed watering hole serves Tex Mex grub, margaritas & cocktails and is in the hotel […]

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Moab Music Festival Winterlude Concert

Think of it as the prologue to the next season of the Moab Music Festival, the 2016 Winterlude Concert at 7pm on Friday, March 4 at Star Hall, featuring internationally renowned violinists Hasse Borup, Kasia Sokol-Borup and the University of Utah Michie graduate string quartet, alongside Festival Music Director Michael Barrett on piano and Artistic […]

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