RVing in Southwestern New Mexico-Part 3

One of the great things about RVing is that you might be able to pay for your stay in the RV parks and support your RV lifestyle.   Sometimes, the parks are looking for help as a host or as an attendant. You just never know.  If you love a certain area and don’t...

RVing in Northwestern New Mexico-Part 2

Welcome back to a lifestyle that anyone can appreciate and learn to love. And if you love history, then RVing in Northwestern New Mexico- Part 2,  is sure to satisfy with many ancient sites to explore.  These RV parks will take you back in time…. Northwest RV...

RVing in Northeastern New Mexico – Part 1

This is the first in a 4-part series for the RVing enthusiast to explore northern, southern, eastern and western destinations in New Mexico.   But, first let me tell you…   How to Get The Most Out of Your RV Experience- Less is Better   A few...

Money, Minerals and Memories

 Cerrillos, New Mexico- Village of 1,000 mines There’s gold in “them thar’ hills”, as well as turquoise, lead, zinc, silver, copper, and coal. The “Turquoise Trail”, now more commonly known as Highway 14 moves south from Santa Fe. On this meandering...

Know Where the Best Petroglyph Site in New Mexico is?

 Interested in history and hiking?  Then you need to get outside and check out La Cieneguilla Petroglyph Site. The La Cieneguilla site is just outside of Santa Fe and is a short hike off the Paseo Real, and is home to one of the largest collections of Native rock art...