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Beautiful Places to Visit in ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO | A Visual Diary
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A visual diary of my trip to ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. A few years ago, my friends and I visited New Mexico for the first time. Albuquerque was one of our favorite stops! It's where we experienced some of the most breathtaking views ever, especially during sunset. So beautiful and Instagram-worthy! You must put Albuquerque and New Mexico on your travel bucket list. And last but not least, if you'd like to see more of this type of videos, please SUBSCRIBE to the channel! Thank you!
CAMERA: Panasonic Lumix GH4
MUSIC: Sunday Drive by Silent Partner
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACES TO VISIT IN ALBUQUERQUE covered in this travel vlog are:
1. Foothills Trail (especially if you like bumping into wild animals)
2. Petroglyph National Monument (for some history)
3. Sandia Peak (for lots of fresh mountain air and beautiful sunset views)
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yoloTX visits Ruidoso, New Mexico a premier resort destination in Southern New Mexico
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Ruidoso is a premier resort destination in Southern New Mexico. Ruidoso is a small mountain village located in Lincoln County in the Sacramento Mountains of South Central New Mexico. The community of 8,000 people sits at an elevation of over 7,000 feet, which makes Ruidoso the most popular tourism destination in the region. The Village of Ruidoso is governed by a Mayor, Village Council and Village Manager and Staff. The Village offers a wide range of services to its residents, including the Sierra Blanca Regional Airport.
Ruidoso is surrounded by over a million acres of forest and wilderness. The Lincoln National Forest, the White Mountain Wilderness Area and the Bureau of Land Management’s Fort Stanton National Conservation Area offer hundreds of miles of multi-use trails and is an ideal destination for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and camping. Ruidoso is located in the Smokey Bear Ranger District for the Lincoln National Forest. Smokey Bear, the bear cub that became the symbol of forest fire prevention, was rescued by firefighters from Fort Bliss Army Base after a forest fire in the Capitan Mountains in 1950. After his passing in 1976, Smokey was returned home to Capitan and now rests at the Smokey Bear Historical Park.
The Ruidoso Downs Racetrack and Casino located in nearby Ruidoso Downs brings tens of thousands of visitors to the area during racing season, Memorial Day through Labor Day. The All-American Futurity is held annually on Labor Day; the race is the richest quarter horse race in the world with a purse of over $3 million.
Adjacent to Ruidoso one may also find the Mescalero Apache Reservation. The Mescalero Apache are native to this region; the present reservation was established in 1883. The 463,000 acre reservation lies on the eastern flank of the Sacramento Mountains and borders the Lincoln National Forest. The Mescalero Tribe owns and operates both Ski Apache and the Inn of the Mountain Gods, the areas only full service resort hotel.
The Ruidoso Valley Chamber of Commerce is the most vibrant organization in the Ruidoso community. With 500 members from all segments of the Ruidoso area business community, the Chamber is a proactive force that is engaged with the community and provides essential services to our local businesses. The Chamber organizes three of the biggest events of the year: The Ruidoso Art Festival, a juried fine arts show that takes place during the last weekend in July, the Aspenfest Parade, held on the first Saturday of October, and the Festival of Lights Parade held on the first Saturday night in December.
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Panoramic New Mexico - Retire In New Mexico - Live The Dream
La Mesa Roja Real Estate Subdivision is located in the beautiful Jemez Mountains of North Central New Mexico, just off the Scenic State Byway Highway 4. Only one hour's ride from Albuquerque Sunport International and less than an hour from Rio Rancho, Intel, I-25, I-40, Los Alamos, and 70 miles from Santa Fes historic plaza. The real estate adjoins the Santa Fe National Forest to the east, and is just north of the Jemez Indian Pueblo.
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
Recorded May 30, 2019
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area is located in the states of Wyoming and Utah. For thousands of years the Green River carved its course through the colorful rock formations of the area to form the deep canyons that now serve as a geographic marvel to all visitors. With the construction of the Flaming Gorge Dam in the early 1960’s, a recreational setting was established which has become one of the most visited sites in the continental United States. Visitors and residents alike are spellbound by the beauty of the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, with its 91 mile long lake, the Green River and its deep canyons.
Occurring on day #7 of my five week road trip my visit to the gorge was one of the highlights of my trip. This video includes...
0:00:00 Leave Rock Springs, Wyoming on U.S. Highway 191 South
0:01:20 First vista point of Flaming Gorge
0:03:44 Continue scenic drive south
0:06:00 Cross Utah state line
0:06:30 Antelope Flat Overlook
0:11:05 Lake Vista/Flaming Gorge Reservoir
0:15:35 Dam Vista/Flaming Gorge Dam
0:22:44 Cart Creek Bridge
0:25:53 Cedar Springs Marina
0:29:15 Cedar Springs Overlook
0:31:57 Greendale Overlook
0:36:36 Red Canyon
0:44:57 Continue scenic drive on Utah Highway 44
0:48:08 Sheep Creek Overlook
0:59:37 Boat launch
1:01:03 More scenic views of the area
1:05:38 Sheep Creek Geological Loop
1:33:50 Leaving the area on Utah Highway 44
New Mexico landscape
This was take between Santa Rosa and Mountain air, New Mexico. we parked in a road side rest area for the night and I made this video just before night fall.
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Come play with us in the “Mile-High City” and discover some of the best Denver tours.
Denver is a scenic city surrounded by majestic mountains in Colorado. Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, the state capital has a rich mining history that dates back to 1858. To get to know this charming city, kickstart your getaway with a romp around the Golden Triangle. Take a walking tour and gaze at the photogenic architecture and public art installations situtated all around the neighborhood. Next, venture inside the Denver Art Museum, explore the History Colorado Center, and visit the Capitol Building.
During your Denver sightseeing, don’t forget to soak up the sun and scenery. Mosey around the Denver Botanic Gardens, and visit the nearby historic mining town of Golden. After exploring the city from top to bottom, get a taste for the brew scene. Tour the Coors Brewery and nosh on some elk steak or rattlesnake dip at one of the nearby brewpubs in the Beer Triangle.
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SOLD : Land For Sale in New Mexico : 79 Acre Ranch with Electricity & Road Frontage
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We recently closed on the sale of the adjoining 78.87 Acre parcel, which sold quickly.
This new 79.05 Acre Ranch is the last large parcel we have available in the area.
79.05 Acre Ranch with Electricity and road frontage bordering nearly Half a MILLION Acres of contiguous Public Land with unobstructed views of the Florida Mountains.
The Florida Mountains, which are located just a few miles West of the property, are the only place in North America where you can hunt pure-blood free-ranging Ibex.
There is great drive-up access to this property even with a two-wheel drive car. The parcel is just 1 mile from the paved County Road 10 and 2 miles from the paved State Highway 11.
NO Zoning Restrictions, HOA, Covenants or Time Limit to Build.
Electricity lines and poles are already in place along the North boundary of the property.
Nearby land owners have developed their properties with mobile homes, site-built homes, accessory buildings and small ranches.
Smaller parcels nearby are listed for $1,600 to $3,000 per acre!
This property is just 30 minutes from Interstate 10 and downtown Deming where you will find groceries, supplies, dining, entertainment, retail and professional services. On the South side of Interstate 10 there is a Walmart Supercenter, home improvement store and Tractor Supply Company.
The Mimbres Memorial Hospital and public schools are just a 30 minute drive from the property.
Deming has a population of around 15,000 and is the County Seat of Luna County, New Mexico.
Deming also has a Municipal Airport (DMN).
Multiple nearby land owners have successfully drilled water wells on their properties and have hit water at around 100 feet.
The New Mexico Office of the State Engineer has a Well Permit Search Tool and the results show that there have been dozens of water wells drilled nearby with a water depth of around 100 feet and a well depth of around 250.
We will convey 100% of the Mineral Rights we own with a cash sale of this property.
Legal Description: SECTION 23 TOWNSHIP 26S RANGE 09W E2 NW4
Parcel Size: 79.05 Acres M/L
Parcel Number: 3050154332131
Property Taxes: $54 / year
Title: Free & Clear
Conveyance: Warranty Deed
GPS Coordinates: 32.035294, -107.733854
Approximate Distance to Nearby Cities & Points of Interest
18 miles to Deming, New Mexico: Population 15,000
17 miles to Columbus, New Mexico : Population 1,600
20 miles to the border of United States & Mexico
77 miles to Las Cruces, New Mexico : Population 101,000
98 miles to El Paso, TX : Population 683,000
Northwest Corner: 32.0386269365654, -107.735882316256
Northeast Corner: 32.0387412803656, -107.731709147938
Southeast Corner: 32.031462757001, -107.731680120898
Southwest Corner: 32.0313933762595, -107.735788494338
Center Point: 32.035294, -107.733854
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Perfect Getaway Place in the Hill Country
Perfect Getaway Place in the Hill Country
This 10 +/- Acre and Country Home is a unique Diamond in the Hill Country and is the perfect place to escape the big city congestion and pressure. As you can see, it has a pasture that is perfect for a couple of horses. The home and pastures are surrounded by virgin forest with a mixture of 100 year old trees is home to Live Oaks, Spanish Oaks & mature Cedar. This home has been totally renovated and will make a great weekend getaway place, a starter home or a retirement home for downsizing. Additionally it would easy to add a new spacious Master Bedroom & Bath or a guest house. The forest surrounding the home provides absolute Privacy & Security for the family. With no prying eyes from neighbors, you can now enjoy an outdoor kitchen on a large patio which makes it a very special private place for entertaining & making unforgettable memories with family & friends. It is located on a state paved road, and as they say in the country In goin to my Ranch, I don't get no dust on my Lexus. Additionally it has its own pond that would be ideal to stock with bass, catfish, and croppy. Whether it is a 1st, 2nd, or a retirement home, this site is ideal for Generational Estate Planning and leaving a legacy for loved ones. The location of this home site is also top quality, being amidst of multi-million dollar ranches and located on a State maintained road. If you are looking for Quality and Good Value you have just found it, Come on Home!
398 Claryville Road, Claryville, NY 12725 - Hart Ranch in the Catskills - For Sale
A one of a kind luxury equestrian compound located in coveted Claryville, NY on 67 park like acres. Built on one of the oldest 3 generation family fly fishing camps in the Catskill Mountains, this compound provides the comforts of a 5 star resort in a natural yet sophisticated setting. This ranch consists of the 6,000 sq ft main house, 1,300+ sq ft guest house, 60’x40’ (2,400 sq ft) storage garage and a 40’x30 (1200 sq ft) stable. The main and guest houses are constructed of large hand-hewn Douglas Fir logs from British Columbia. The 2 outbuildings are authentic mortise and tendon structures, representing superb craftsmanship while reminiscent of a time gone by. Reclaimed timber from this property was used for their construction. All of this is centered on a nature preserve teeming with wildlife and rests on the crest of Claryville Hill affording magnificent views to the west. Featured are many walking/bridle paths, pastures, wooded and cleared areas. There is unlimited potential for future development on property for activities to include a short game practice area with driving range, covered arena, competitive trail work area, tennis court or pickleball court(s), pool/catena or other.
Reclaimed old growth oak flooring
Custom furniture throughout
4 bedrooms – Master with stone fireplace
3 full & 1 half baths with premium tile and custom cabinetry in all
3 season porch with Franklin gas stove
Cedar closet in master suite
Commercial Kitchen – with wood mode cabinetry, custom copper sinks and stove hood, Wolf range with griddle, Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer & breakfast bar with island sink
Full Bar – Game Room
2 floors of radiant heat (Basement and Main floor) plus propane. Additional system for forced hot air .
Pella Premium doors and windows throughout with semi-reflective glass
Magnificent Mountain views from 60’x12’ deck, balcony, and most rooms.
1 Bedroom / 1 Full bath with jetted tub and slate tile
1 gas fireplace
Premium kitchen with wolf range and sub-zero refrigerator.
Balcony with magnificent mountain views.
3 car finished garage and workshop
Eat in Kitchen or Dining Room
In-Law Suite on Apt
In-Home Fitness Center
Terrace / Outdoor Space
Wine Cellar / Grotto
Fireplace In Master Br
Bath - Jacuzzi Tub
Stall Shower And Tub
high tech cabling
Radiant Floor Heating
- Asking $6.8 Million