Our last stop in New Mexico was in Carlsbad, in the southeastern part of the state, and known as the gateway to the amazing Carlsbad Caverns National Park, but also a great location to slip into Texas and visit the Guadalupe Mountains National Park — which is just what we
As you will soon see from this post, our stop in Alamogordo was full of fun and adventure — even with the ongoing federal government shutdown continuing to thwart some of our activities. Alamogordo, a city of about 30,000 residents located in the Tularosa Basin of the Chihuahuan Desert —
Whether you believe or not in unidentified flying objects (UFOs) or aliens crash landing in a remote part of New Mexico, you will find lots to do and think about when visiting Roswell, now one of the largest cities in New Mexico (and the largest in the southeastern part of
From Albuquerque, we headed north past Santa Fe and eastward to Las Vegas. Las Vegas, New Mexico. We chose Las Vegas as our hub for this leg of the trip because the elevation in Santa Fe made it a bit too cold and snowy to park the trailer (but happily
Unlike Bugs Bunny, we found our way from Elephant Butte to Albuquerque just fine! The state’s largest city, named in honor of a town of the same name in Spain, has beauty in and around it — with the grand Sandia Mountains to the east and the Rio Grande River
Our next stop in our journey through New Mexico were the towns of Elephant Butte and Truth or Consequences, located in Sierra County and along the Rio Grande River in the southwestern part of the state. Both of these small towns offer fun distractions and adventures — especially for folks
We officially kicked off the start of the second leg of our trip, arriving in Deming, New Mexico, on January 1, in the midst of a cold front that brought snow and frosty conditions — as well as a federal government shutdown that is challenging our plans for the trip.
What do you do when you refuse to travel more than a few hours a day but you need to get to New Mexico by the start of 2019 to start the next leg of your journey? You revisit southern Arizona along the way! We made three wonderful — and