It’s one thing to learn about a destination’s history. It’s another to ride into it. A ride on the
We are all Travelers. We seek what is true and we push past what we know to be false. The question is: where do we go? What place is true and good and real? Where is the place that will speak to us, crystal clear, in a voice that is familiar and kind? Where is true found… and false forgotten? Where? Here is a good place to start. Our venturesome travelers, beaming with adventurous spirits and a thirst for authenticity, chronicle their explorations and ideas, trekking to what is true and discovering the unexpected.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 11:00 AM by Jackie Sheckler Finch
On my first hot air balloon flight, I was so exhilarated to be floating in the sky that I forgot to take photos until we were well underway.
As a New Mexican, I love travelling new roads and getting in to the nooks and crannies of the lesser-known attractions of our state.Fueled by the sun, haunted by waters, I always say.Recently a colleague and I had the chance to visit the Ice Cave and Bandera Volcano near Grants, and it was a treat.
Our friends at Mama's Minerals, with two stores in Santa Fe, and one in Albuquerque created this rollicking Enchanted 8 Road Trip of their own - Road Trip For True Rockhounds - a quest comprised of museums, fossil sites, mines, state parks and more for those with a thirst for geology in New Mexico.
Ask anyone who’s taken a national parks road trip and, trust me; they’ll agree that by the time you get to the desert regions, you’re just looking for a pool.
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 11:00 AM by Elaine Warner
Some like it hot and some not so hot. I’m one of the latter. Thanks to the Chile Pepper Institute at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, I can ban the burn and savor the spice with my new knowledge.
Monday, July 17, 2017 9:00 AM by Dan Monaghan
First, it is not really a cave. At least not in the Carlsbad Caverns sense.