A Day in Albuquerque: Green Chile, a Towering Tramway and a ‘Grande’ Zoo

Sandia Peak Tramway

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
March 14, 2013

The city of Albuquerque, N.M., is a mecca for the unique food and culture found only in the “Land of Enchantment.”  Anyone traveling west from Texas or east from California should find time to swing through, even just for a day. The city of some 550,000 is quite diverse, but just about every... Read more »

Santa Fe Artistry and History

Earth-toned buildings

Bill Graves
August 14, 2012

Bill Graves People in Santa Fe, N.M. told me it’s the second oldest city in the United States, founded in 1607. I wondered how that could be when our country is not that old. Then someone threw me for a loop, “Look at it this way: If I said that you were the oldest person in the room, then you left... Read more »

Ancient History in Chaco Canyon

The mysterious petroglyphs in Penasco Blanco are thought to show a massive supernova from the year 1054.

Donna Ikenberry
May 14, 2012

Spring was perfect with mild days and clear nights just right for exploring and stargazing. We hiked through the abundant ruins during the day, marveling at the Chacoans’ architectural skills. At night, we stared up at the Milky Way and countless stars, knowing we were gazing at the same sky they did... Read more »

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