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Chama New Mexico has been a railroad town since the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad reached the village in December 1880. Now home of Cumbres & Toltec Scenic RR.
Hiking Bar Canyon in the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument leads past historic ranch ruins & offers wildlife viewing, 10 miles east of Las Cruces
The Harwood Museum in Taos, New Mexico features works of the Taos Society of Artists from the early 1900s as well as modern artists such as Agnes Martin.
Hiking trails in Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge south of Socorro, NM offer year-round bird watching opportunities. Hikes are from 1/2 to 10 miles.
Cancel culture or progress? Can Santa Fe's historic monuments survive? With activists from Native, Hispanic & Anglo cultures colliding, what is their fate?
Finding Slot Canyon north of Las Cruces in Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument can be difficult as there are no signs marking the start of the trail.
Governor Bent House & Museum in Taos is the home of the first American Governor of the Territory of New Mexico. He died in the house during the Taos Revolt 1847
Taos Art Museum is housed in artist Nicolai Fechin's striking two-story adobe home. It features paintings by the Taos Society of Artists, as well as Fechin.
The Rio Grande Scenic Railroad ran from Alamosa to La Veta, CO from 2006 to 2018. The Spring Creek Fire of July, 2018 damaged much the railroad forcing closure.
The Chili Line ran from Antonito, CO to Santa Fe, NM from 1880-1941. It was a branch of the Denver & Rio Grande's narrow gauge railroad destined for Mexico City
The Mabel Dodge Luhan house in Taos still serves as a retreat center for artists and writers, much as it did during Mabel's lifetime from 1918 until 1962.
The Couse-Sharp Historic Site in Taos preserves the homes and studios of two of the founding members of the Taos Society of Artists- E.I. Couse, and J.H. Sharp.
The Ernest Blumenschein Home and Museum in Taos showcases the adobe home of this famous founding member of the Taos Society of Artists, and his wife Mary Greene