Blue Horse Bed and Breakfast

Address: 300 Camino de las Huertas, Placitas, New Mexico, 87043, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 300 Camino de las Huertas, Placitas, is near Placitas and Pueblo of Santa Anna.
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      Travel Blogs from Placitas

      Cowboys and Indians

      A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 31, 2014

      14 photos

      ... pie. Well both if these were oh so rich and I am done with pie and shakes for the rest of this trip. We got in just before the rush, with a tour group of 51 coming in for dinner just as we were leaving. While we had been waiting for the pie and shake, I consulted Mr Google one more time regarding the now infamous Concrete Cowboy. I obviously used better keywords in this latest search, as this time I had success with a full address ...

      Lost in a Sea of Airstreams

      A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Oct 04, 2013

      3 photos

      ... wanted to help balloon pilots. If we go to the field or are close to a landing, pilots appreciate assistance, especially in slowing the gondola when it lands.The important part; don’t get in front of the gondola in the direction it’s going or you’ll get smooshed.

      Weather reports show it’s unlikely balloons will launch tomorrow morning because of the winds. We’ll ...

      Hiking, Caves, Volcanos and History

      A travel blog entry by pcorzine on Aug 20, 2013

      54 photos

      ... the 1600 and 1700s, and then with the new Americans stopping on their way west.

      They were drawn here by water. There is a pool of water that is runoff from the mountain...this region is very dry, so clean and abundant water was a big deal...so the Spanish, and then the wagon trains, came here to replenish and rest. The mountain is sandstone, hence very soft and easy to carve into...so there are thousands ...

      Still at Albuquerque

      A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy on Mar 17, 2013

      3 comments, 5 photos

      St. Patrick's Day. Happy birthday to my beautiful Dad in heaven.
      Staying in again today. Have a bit of a snuffley nose, hope I am not getting the flu. Could just be Hayfever as there is a lot of wind today with lots of pollen flying around.
      Mainly wanted to do this entry to show some more pics.
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      Olde Town

      A travel blog entry by questwest2 on Aug 14, 2012

      7 photos

      ... Audy Murphy and, of course, John Wayne. I couldn't imagine riding in a stagecoach or on a horse across the vastness. It was tough enough in an air-conditioned car with leather seats and lumbar support. People on the roads drive an insane 90 miles per hour while I held it to a moderate 80 myself. As I drove through the petrified forest I could see rainstorms off in the distance to the north and southeast. It rained on me just ...