Top 10. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Alamogordo, New Mexico
Top 10. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Alamogordo, New Mexico: White Sands National Monument, New Mexico Museum of Space History, Oliver Lee Memorial State Park, Alameda Park Zoo, International Space Hall of Fame, Toy Train Depot, Shroud Exhibit and Museum, Flickinger Center for Performing Arts, Tularosa Basin Museum of History
Top 12. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Ruidoso, New Mexico
Top 12. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Ruidoso, New Mexico: Lincoln National Forest, Ruidoso Downs, Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts, Noisy Water Winery, Ski Apache, Casino Apache, Museum of the Horse, Pillow's Funtrackers, Free Spirits at Noisy Water, Grindstone Lake, Mescalero Apache Reservation, Billy The Kid Casino
new mexico travel, The 45 most beautiful places to travel in New Mexico
New Mexico locally is a state situated in the southwestern area of the United States of America. It was admitted to the Union as the 47th state on January 6, 1912. It is typically viewed as one of the Mountain States. New Mexico is fifth by range, the 36th-most crowded, and the 6th slightest thickly populated of the 50 United States.
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Carlsbad Caverns National Park,
Central Santa Fe,
Chaco Culture National Historical Park,
White Sands National Monument,
Cimarron Canyon State Park,
Sunspot, New Mexico,
Truth or Consequences,
Bandelier National Monument,
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge,
Gila National Forest,
Taos Ski Valley,
Continental Divide Trail,
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Best Restaurants in Albuquerque, New Mexico NM
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List of Best Restaurants in Albuquerque
Golden Crown Bakery
Central Grill and Coffee House
Padilla's Mexican Kitchen
Mas - Tapas y Vino
The Range Cafe
La Crepe Michel
New Mexico True OVERview
Three minutes of aerial video, all around beautiful New Mexico.
music: Softly Inspiring fr. AudioBlocks
Shot with DJI Inspire 1 and DJI Phantom Vision 2 Plus
All flights were either in non-restricted airspace or with permission.
Scenes (in order of first appearance):
Santa Fe skyline
Las Cruces from I-10 rest area (w/ “The Roadrunner” by Olin Calk)
Valles Caldera National Preserve
Rio Grande Gorge near Taos
Black Range outside Kingston, near Emory Pass
Taos Ski Valley
Blue Hole, Santa Rosa
Twin Warriors Golf Club, Santa Ana Pueblo
San Lorenzo Canyon near San Acacia
Rio Grande Rafting (Racecourse section)
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
Bottomless Lakes State Park
Clayton Lake State Park
Elephant Butte Lake State Park
Rio Grande at Arroyo Hondo
Rio Grande at Corrales
Storrie Lake State Park
Sugarite Canyon State Park
Western New Mexico University, Silver City
Santa Ana Star Center, Rio Rancho
Lea County Courthouse, Lovington
Union County Courthouse, Clayton
Fort Sumner Historic Site/Bosque Redondo Memorial
National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque
Las Vegas (Plaza, Charlie’s Spic and Span, Castaneda Hotel, Highlands University)
San Jose de Gracia Church, Las Trampas
El Santuario de Chimayo
Artesia (and “Derrick Floor & Oilfield Pioneer Monument” and “Partners” sculptures)
Lake Carlsbad Beach Park, Carlsbad
Clayton and Eklund Hotel
Silver City Downtown
The Lodge at Cloudcroft
Hobbs High School
Cleveland High School, Rio Rancho
Lovington High School
City of Rocks State Park
Hobbs Welcome Sign
Trestle Recreation Area, Cloudcroft
New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, Las Cruces
Ghost Ranch Education & Retreat Center
Hubbard Museum of the American West, Ruidoso Downs
Brantley Lake State Park
Burro Avenue, Cloudcroft
Rockwind Community Links, Hobbs
Elephant Butte Dam
Zia Park Racetrack, Hobbs
John Dunn Bridge, Arroyo Hondo
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Victory Ranch Alpacas, Mora
Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument, Las Cruces
Santa Fe Railyard
Sandia Peak Tramway, Albuquerque
Cloudcroft New Mexico Museum of Space and the Best BBQ EVER!!!
While our Little Guy Max is back at the dealer for some minor repairs, we took a day to escape the El Paso heat to explore Cloudcroft, NM. On our way there, we made a recommended pitstop at the New Mexico Museum of Space History
Cloudcroft is a small town nestled in the mountains of Lincoln National Forest. We have been to the area a few times over the last few years, each time finding something different to see and do. This time we were headed to Burro St. where there is a collection of quaint shops that we had been wanting to visit for a while. There you will find beautiful crafts and artisanal shops. My favorite shop is the Noisy Water Winery You can pretty much taste everything there before you buy it – cheese, wine, salsa, flavored olive oils…. Walking away with just a bottle of the aged balsamic vinegar was the toughest thing to do.
If you are ever traveling through the area along Route 82, don’t be surprised if you see a line of people out the door at Mad Jack’s Mountaintop BBQ. Do yourself a favor and park your car and get in line. This is some of the most amazing BBQ Russ and I have ever had and it was worth every minute we spent in line. We had the opportunity to speak with Mad Jack himself (he works the line) and his story is as interesting as his food is mouthwatering.
James “Mad Jack” Jackson’s story starts in Lockheart, TX where he worked on his family’s car lot for more than 29 years. In 2009, Chrysler terminated contracts with more than 800 dealerships – his being one of them. Also during this time, Jackson was encouraged by his father to pursue his longtime interest in being a pitmaster. His father told him “James, to be good at something, ignore what the average guys are doing. Watch people who are the best and copy whatever they’re doing.” Jackson did exactly that. Over the next few years, he told us he watched a lot of YouTube videos and reached out through social media to other well-known pitmasters. He went on to say his BBQ skills were developed by learning a “little bit” (info) from “a lot” (people).
Jackson learned enough to put his skills to the test and opened up a food truck in the heart of foodie-central, Austin, Texas. He did extremely well and as his popularity grew, Jackson was also becoming dismayed with the local bureaucracy. It was about this time that Jackson’s father, Kirk, moved in with him after suffering a hip injury. Kirk’s health continued to decline and shortly before his passing, he mentioned to Jackson and his brother a statement that didn’t make sense at the time, but was to be incredibly important to Jackson’s future. As the brothers were discussing what to do with some of the old cars on their property, Kirk said, “That ’71 Mercury – don’t get rid of it”.
That ’71 Mercury was a decrepit, rusted out vehicle covered in brush and tires flat down to the rims. Inside, Jackson and his brother found metal boxes and mason jars filled to the brim with money. The money had been in there so long that some of it had started to rot away, but there was still plenty left. Enough for Jackson to fully fund “Mad Jacks” in 2015 and move to Cloudcroft to do things the way he had always envisioned.
If you stop by Mad Jacks (open Thursdays – Sundays), ask him to point out some of the actual mason jars and one of the metal boxes that were from that infamous Mercury.
Wrapping up our day – and our waistlines – we stopped in at the Old Apple Barn on our way home. No trip to the Old Apple Barn is complete without trying some of their fudge. There is always room for fudge in my opinion. Always. If fudge isn’t your thing, you can always try some of their eclectic snack options……crickets anyone?
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Santa Rosa NM Tourists Attraction
In Santa Rosa New Mexico there is an amazing body of crystal clear water that looks as blue as the sky. The water is filled with all sorts of minerals that help cleanse the body. For several years the water was used as a sacred ritual ground for the Native Americans found it.
Now, today, it is open to the public. You are allowed to come swim for free in the water, and if you want to scuba dive, you can. You will need a couple weeks to take the course and pass the test in order to suba dive, but it's quick and easy and won't cost you a whole lot! Check it out and comment down below how your experience was!
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NM True TV - Adobe Rose Restaurant, Artesia
From an art school, to the gallery for one of New Mexico’s most famous artists, to a bed-and-breakfast, to a popular local restaurant…just your typical path for a historic building now serving up finer fare in this southeastern New Mexico city.
Alamogordo, NM to Cloudcroft, NM On US Highway 82
Driving from Alamogordo, NM on the desert floor of the Tularosa Basin to Cloudcroft, NM up in the Sacramento Mountains. Shot with a GoPro Hero 3 White on the hood of our SUV. Video also includes the only road tunnel in the state of New Mexico.
Gallup, New Mexico
Various pictures of Gallup, New Mexico.