New Mexico

New Mexico

There's a reason New Mexico is called the Land of Enchantment! It's a truly magical place.

Earlier this year my husband and I visited thirteen states on an epic road trip from the Chicago-area to San Diego and back, taking a meandering loop that covered 6,479 miles. One place we didn't visit, and I wish we had, was Ruidoso, New Mexico. This resort town is off the beaten path and is exactly the type of place that filled our itinerary. 


When a couple has driven more than 2100 miles and spent a day and a half of the past eight in the car, what could possibly make that couple turn around and go the opposite direction?


Before I introduce you to Red Horse Vineyard Bed & Breakfast I have to warn you: I am going to be so blatantly over-the-top and my prose so filled with hyperbole that you’ll think I’ve gone on


Beer is big in Albuquerque. It’s so big they have a Brewery District. Capital B. Capital D.


The Coronado and Jemez Historic Sites in New Mexico are a step back in time, but they also help illustrate the Pueblo Indians of today.


What’s the #1 reason you don’t want to stay in a bed and breakfast? Come on. You can say it. You’re in a safe place.

It’s the breakfast part, isn’t it.


You might expect a tourist destination to be filled with tourist traps.


The drive into Albuquerque was an endless stream of giant yellow billboards extolling the many virtues of the Flying C R


There are no two ways around it: I-40 through the Texas panhandle is a beast. That’s primarily because there are no two ways around it.