One of the great things about RVing, is that you might even be able to pay for your stay in the RV parks and therefore support your RV lifestyle. Sometimes, the parks are looking for help as a host or as a attendants. You just never know. If you love a certain area and don’t […]
Welcome back to a lifestyle that anyone can appreciate and learn to love. The Northwest part of New Mexico is filled with many ancient sites and history of the way in which people managed to get over here and live. Many trials and tribulations later, we have only to enjoy and speculate how their lives […]
Summer is here and it is the time to get outside and explore this glorious state! This post is the first of a series that will eventually cover all of New Mexico- north, south, east and west -for the RVing fan. Today I will be sharing with you RV places to check out in the […]
The Rio Grande del Norte National Monument is Under Threat! Much of this area is still untouched by the hands of man. Vital habitat are still able to thrive. Watch the video below and then visit Rio Grande del Norte Coalition and submit your comments. 60 Day Public Comment Period Ends July 10!
Picnicking is a long-established American pastime. With so many outstanding national and local parks sprinkled throughout the country, there’s no excuse not to grab a cooler and pack some snacks for an outdoor feast. Start by reacquainting yourself with the basics (read: how to prepare, what to pack, etc.) and then get your imagination running […]
Life In Cerrillos, New Mexico 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 going south from Santa Fe, you’ll find the redeveloping village of Cerrillos which means “little hills” in Spanish. You would never know from looking […]
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 (called glyphs) in the American […]