Readers share the really good, don’t-miss stuff the state has to offer
3.2 million-year-old fossil at Elephant Butte may be the most complete ever found
Remains appear to be tusk and skull of ancient elephant, or stegomastodon
Rafting, fishing and kayaking are options
New Mexico’s geologic past is exposed like few other places in the world.
Water is at the heart of the city of Truth or Consequences, which is known for its mineral hot springs and has the Rio Grande running through it.
This may not be exactly accurate in the vernacular of weather forecasting, but think of the coming ski season as “Quién Sabe.”
Enjoy green chile cheeseburgers, enchiladas, rellenos, and don’t forget music, games and dancing. Lisa Terrazas has lived in Hatch all… more »
The economy may still be struggling, but it’s summer and vacation beckons. Even if Italy and Australia are not on… more »
Naturalist and Sierra Club co-founder John Muir, sometime around the turn of the last century, said, “Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken,… more »
New Mexico tourism isn’t just about attracting visitors from other states, says state tourism director Michael Cerletti. “The No. 2… more »
SAN ANTONIO — Bill Trujillo first noticed the growing traffic to the Bosque del Apache back in …