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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Top 13 Things to Do in Clovis New Mexico
Top 13 Things to Do in Clovis New Mexico
Clovis is the county seat of Curry County, New Mexico, United States. Clovis is the capital of the High Plains when it comes to great family activities and events. A community full of friendly people and a rich history rooted in music, agriculture and community partnerships centered on the continued growth and development of the city. Such fantastic roots have only developed further through the decades, to make Clovis one of the biggest little music cities, agricultural bases, and cowboy countries throughout all of Eastern New Mexico.
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1. Kids Go Wild -
2. Under Lock and Key - Escape Room Experience
3. Clovis Rock Gym -
4. Roller World Skating Center-
5. Hillcrest Park Zoo-
6. Casel-Land Fun Center-
7. Merchant Kitty Guided Art-
8. Norman Petty Studios-
9. Cannon Air Force Base Air Show-
(May 26th - 27th at Cannon Air Force Base)
10. Billy The Kid Museum
11. Camping at Sumner Lake, NM-
12. Blue hole- large marine cavern- Santa Rosa, NM
13. Blackwater Draw Museum- Portales, NM -
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10 places you need to see when driving Route 66
Although Historic Route 66 is no longer the Main Street of America, this long stretch between Los Angeles and Chicago is still an iconic American road trip destination.
This corridor is like a journey through American history, where you can see flickering neon signs, abandoned gas stations, quirky museums, breathtaking natural formations, old-fashioned diners and motels, and some of the nation’s most-famous landmarks.
Don’t rush your Route 66 road trip; the journey is the destination here.
While some of the landmarks have shut their doors, there are still plenty of great stops along the way. Here are our favorite ways to get your kicks on Route 66.
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Living in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida
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Located along the panhandle in the region known as the Emerald Coast, Santa Rosa Beach is one of 16 separate seaside neighborhoods along a 26-mile stretch in South Walton County.
It is famous for its sugar sand beaches and turquoise surf, the color being a happy result of how the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico reflect off the white sand.
The shoreline of Santa Rosa Beach extends between Four Mile Village to Inlet Beach, just before the Walton and Bay County lines. The Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport is in close proximity.
The community is a travel magazine favorite, frequently showing up on lists of top beaches and preferred family friendly destinations. Life revolves around the water with such activities as fishing, kayaking and standup paddleboarding, but the area also has an active arts and dining scene with galleries, cafes and numerous festivals. It’s not surprising Santa Rosa visitors have a repeat rate of 94 percent. Outdoor life on the Gulf is vibrant. Topsail Hill Preserve State Park has more than three miles of white sand beaches and, famously, sand dunes nearly 25 feet high. Off-road bicyclists and hikers head to Point Washington State Park, a 15,000-acre preserve. It’s a setting unlikely to change. Forty percent of the South Walton area is state-owned and protected from development.
Private Gated Estate in Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Just inside your private gate, this estate property defines the gold standard for beauty and reflects the personality and taste of those accustomed to the best in quality, design, finishes and lifestyle. Designed by renowned Santa Fe architect, Barbara Felix, this 5 bedroom, 7 bath masterpiece has two completely separate living spaces, including kitchens, living and dining areas and bedrooms, providing unique and perfect separation for multi-generational families. Nearly 7,000 square feet of elegant Santa Fe living with Tuscan touches surround a courtyard complete with pool and pool house making this home feel like a private resort. The master suite also features a stunning library with a floor to ceiling river rock wall fireplace. The home’s pool house features a rooftop deck complete with hot tub and breathtaking views of the Jemez and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. This estate borders the ninth hole of Las Campanas Sunset Golf Course, providing the perfect place to practice putting or finish your nine holes. Add to this all of the amenities of Las Campanas, including two Jack Nicklaus Golf Courses, tennis, a state of the art athletic club and spa, plus a world class equestrian center and you have one of the most spectacular properties offered in Santa Fe. A fabulous layout with all the right spaces makes this home one of Santa Fe’s finest!
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New Mexico True OVERview
Three minutes of aerial video, all around beautiful New Mexico.
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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
Top Things to do in Tucson Arizona United States
Tucson a city and the county right next to Pima County, Arizona, United States, and home to the University of Arizona school. The 2010 United States Census put the population at 521,126, while the 2015 estimated population of the entire Tucson metropolitan statistical area was well above that. Things to do include:
Outdoor Adventure, Attractions, Health & Wellness, Heritage & Culture
,The ArtsSpace, Science & Technology
Golf. Family Fun, Day Trips & Tours, Shopping, Casino Gaming, Hiking
Cycling, Nightlife, Bird Watching
All Souls Procession Weekend
Day of the Dead float, Pima County Public Library, 2017 procession
The All Souls Procession, held in early November, is one of the largest festivals in Tucson. Modeled on the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), it combines aspects of many different cultural traditions. The first All Souls Procession was organized by local artist Susan Kay Johnson in 1982 and involved 78 participants; by 2017, participation was estimated at 142,000.
The Procession, held at sundown, consists of a non-motorized parade through downtown Tucson featuring many floats, sculptures, and memorials, in which the community is encouraged to participate. The parade is followed by performances on an outdoor stage, culminating in the burning of an urn in which written prayers have been collected from participants and spectators. The event is organized and funded by the non-profit arts organization Many Mouths One Stomach, with the assistance of many volunteers and donations from the public and local businesses.
A 19th-century adobe house in the Armory Park neighborhood
Similar to many other cities in the Western U.S., Tucson was developed on a grid plan starting in the late 19th century, with the city center at Stone Avenue and Broadway Boulevard. While this intersection was initially near the geographic center of Tucson, that center has shifted as the city has expanded far to the east, development to the west being effectively blocked by the Tucson Mountains. An expansive city covering substantial area, Tucson has many distinct neighborhoods.
Tucson's earliest neighborhoods, some of which are now covered by the Tucson Convention Center, or TCC, include:
El Presidio, Tucson's oldest neighborhood
Barrio Histórico, also known as Barrio Libre
Armory Park, directly south of downtown
Barrio Anita, named for an early settler and located between Granada Avenue and Interstate 10
Barrio Tiburón, now known as the Fourth Avenue arts district − designated in territorial times as a red-light district
Barrio El Jardín, named for an early recreational site, Levin's Gardens
Barrio El Hoyo, named for a lake that was part of the gardens. Before the TCC was built, El Hoyo (Spanish for pit or hole) referred to this part of the city, which was inhabited mainly by Mexican-American citizens and Mexican immigrants.
Barrio Santa Rosa, dating from the 1890s, now listed as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places
Other historical neighborhoods near downtown include:
Iron Horse, east of Fourth Avenue and north of the railroad tracks, named for its proximity
West University, between the University of Arizona and downtown
Dunbar Spring, west of West University
Pie Allen, west and south of the university near Tucson High School and named for John Brackett Pie Allen, a local entrepreneur and early mayor of Tucson
Sam Hughes, east of the University of Arizona, named after a Tucson pioneer
Bikes along Congress Street near Fifth Avenue
At the end of the first decade of the 21st century, downtown Tucson underwent a revitalization effort by city planners and the business community. The primary project was Rio Nuevo, a large retail and community center that has been stalled in planning for more than ten years. Downtown is generally regarded as the area bordered by 17th Street to the south, I-10 to the west, and 6th Street to the north, and Toole Avenue and the Union Pacific (formerly Southern Pacific) railroad tracks, site of the historic train depot and Locomotive #1673, built in 1900. Downtown is divided into the Presidio District, the Barrio Viejo, and the Congress Street Arts and Entertainment District. Some authorities include the 4th Avenue shopping district, which is set just northeast of the rest of downtown and connected by an underpass beneath the UPRR tracks.
Quality of Life in Albuquerque, NM, United States , rank 56th in the world in 2019
Quality of Life Index:176.82
Cost Of Living In Albuquerque, NM, United States In 2019, Rank 170th In The World