A must see in New Mexico is the Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway. Named for the rich turquoise deposits found throughout the area, the byway carves through wild rock outcroppings, piñon and juniper-dotted hills, and a couple of delightfully quirky towns.
We still live in a world in which vegetables are raised on large land surfaces, in which our artificial large bodies of water are almost always located on ground level and where parks are green oasis inside the concrete city that we visit from time to time. But what about balcony gardens, vertical vegetable planting and rooftop aquariums? Check out a few similar ideas we liked.