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    new mexico ghost towns - White Oaks

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    Aspens in Santa Fe, NM Beautiful scenery in Santa Fe!!

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    Mabel Dodge Lujan

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    Inn On the Alameda - Our roses are locally famous!

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    San Francisco Street looking East, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1926, by Charles E. Lord. Palace of the Governors Photo Archives 051869.

    San Francisco Street looking East, Santa Fe, New Mexico :: Palace of the Governors Photo Archives Collection

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    The Folsom Hotel, Folsom, New Mexico.

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    Tunnel to Cloudcroft. Go up the mountain highway from Alamogordo in the valley. This tunnel greets you as you approach the charm of Cloudcroft.

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    Visit Red River when driving New Mexico's Enchanted Circle Highway.

    Village of Red River, New Mexico

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    Entrance to the Folk Art Museum, Santa Fe, NM

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    V is for the VLA

    New Mexico - A to Z

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    Ghost Towns - New Mexico Tourism - Haunted Places: Old Abandoned Mining Towns - New Mexico Tourism - Travel & Vacation Guide

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    Yeso a ghost town in New Mexico, USA.

    Ghost towns of New Mexico, America | LiveShareTravel

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    Travel Route 66 in the comfort of our minibus!

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    New Mexico state symbol, the Zia

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    Fay Wray in 1929 with NM's first license plate...

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    On a cliff in New Mexico stands the reason I could die and not regret having never seen Paris, or gasp, Italy. The structure is not in guidebooks; its presence on the internet limited. The wonder of it on this trip, a simple road trip on borrowed time, summarizes what travel should be – a serendipitous discovery of the unknown.

    Abiquiu – The Penitente Morada

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    Years ago New Mexico historian Fray Angelico Chavez expressed the belief that in his native state there had long existed a special closeness between the divine and the human. “New Mexico is Holy Land,” he went so far as to suggest.

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    The Weishar’s Famous New Mexico Style Stacked Enchiladas by Hollis Weishar

    The Weishar’s Famous New Mexico Style Stacked Enchiladas

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    Otowi Suspension Bridge, Los Alamos, New Mexico

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    The iconic hand-painted windows in La Plazuela restaurant are the work of Ernest Martinez, who decorated the hotel with his whimsical motifs in paint for 56 years. Now retired, Martinez continues to create one-of-a-kind paintings for La Fonda’s Gift Shop. Come in and order your favorite.

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    Penitentes-A Religious Sect of New Mexico -Seldom Found - Other

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    Penitentes, New Mexico by Elizabeth E. Keefer / American Art

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    Penitentes-A Religious Sect of New Mexico -Seldom Found - Other

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    Crosses line the path to the Sanctuario de Chimayo for penitentes to ponder.

    Holy Places ~ A Land of Enchantment

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    ... Cart of the Penitentes at Las Trampas Church, New Mexico (c. 1912

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