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From 'Taos to Tomorrow' – Part 2: On The Road

By the time we hit the road to leave Taos and head to Florida, we had lived full time in The Red Chile Pepper at Taos RV Campground for 12 days. more

From 'Taos to Tomorrow' – Chapter 1: Leaving

Our journey from "somewhere special to who-knows-where special" began in unexpected ways--as might be expected.When we made the painful decision … more

Dreaming with whales

One week after departing Taos on a solo camping trip to Baja California Sur, I felt a glimmer of knowing why I needed to travel there.I arrived in Laguna Ojo de Liebre, Parque Natural de la Ballena … more

Packing light, going far

One of the tricks to travel is how to pack light, for extended trips and all kinds of weather. Outdoor adventurers know a lot about packing light. But … more

On the road with ‘Nomadland’

Nearly nine million Americans in the 65-and-older age demographic were still working in 2016 — up 60 percent from a decade prior. In “Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First … more

Viva Las Vegas

Elvis Presley didn't mind spending his "very last dime" trying to have some fun and milk an extra 40 hours out of the day in Las Vegas. At least, that's what I gathered from "Viva Las Vegas," the … more

Forest Service hosts nature walk in Pecos Canyon

Pecos Canyon is about a three-hour drive from Taos, and a nature walk scheduled there Sept. 17 is worth the drive. Staff and volunteer experts from the Santa Fe National Forest are hosting a nature walk for the public to learn all about the area's … more

A trip around 'Ancestral Circle'

To visit the densest settlements in North America of a thousand years ago, you have to travel through some of the most sparsely populated areas in New Mexico today. more

Aztec Ruins National Monument holds first meteor shower party

AZTEC, N.M. - The Perseid meteor shower rained down on planet Earth in early August, and some New Mexicans were fortunate enough to see the show among the work of the ancients. more

Reflections of a Taoseño in Idaho during the 'Great American Eclipse'

Some people called it the "Great American Eclipse." Others feared it would be an "eclipsocalypse," meaning there was concern infrastructure would be crippled in areas within the path of totality, where … more
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