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Dwan Sanctuary of Light at the United World College in Montezuma, New Mexico representing Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Native American, and Sufi religions. There are many prisms letting in light and rainbows.

from Food.com

Authentic New Mexico Green Chile Stew

i first had this when i went to albuquerque to visit family 15 years ago...wow is this good!! after several attempts to recreate And falling short ive finally perfected it...at least in my mind but i havent had the real stuff in over 8 years :( this recipe is so tasty and worth the time it takes to put together...try it out!

Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico. My mom was glad she got me those really cool shoes that lit up when you hit the ground; that's how she kept track of me because I kept running ahead (whoops)

Double Eagle Restaurant in Mesilla, Las Cruces, New Mexico (my town!). This restaurant is where the Gadsden Purchase was signed, completing the boundaries of the continental United States.

You did NOT know these things about Albuquerque, the closest "big city" to Santa Fe. Southwestern College students do there a lot... http://www.itsatrip.org/albuquerque/whats-new/top-ranking.aspx#

from Etsy

New Mexico Flag Distressed Barn Wood Art

New Mexico Flag Distressed Barn Wood Art, this would be cool to have in the house

from RedFlag News

Nov 10 Map Shows Sanctuary City Islands of Blue In Sea of Red

INFOWARS Areas throughout the US where towns and counties are designated as “Sanctuary Cities” appeared to correlate with the Democrat vote in the 2016 presidential election, according to an analysis of election maps. The trend is most noticeable up and down the west coast, in New Mexico and Colorado and in the northeast. via GIPHY The blue vote in a sea of red is also apparent in northeastern Louisiana, southeastern Arkansas and Western Mississippi. In Texas, where a majority of…