Fite Ranch Bed & Breakfast

Fite Ranch Road, San Antonio, New Mexico, 87832, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on Fite Ranch Road, San Antonio.
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    New Mexico Tech Bomb Class

    A travel blog entry by thefoxies on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... second to none. I can't wait to go back for the second part of the training PRSBI. Food was great, ate 2 of the best hamburgers ever. The green chili burgers from Buckhorn Tavern and The Owl in San Antonio New Mexico were awesome. The Bordega Burger Company had a wonderful Prime Rib that could feed an Army. EMS patches were hung up at.. The Owl, Buckhorn Tavern, Bordega Burger Company Stayed at the Best Western... Nice, clean ...

    The only thing to order at the Owl Bar

    A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Apr 14, 2014


    (in my opinion) is the green chile cheeseburger! For the uninitiated, green chile sauce is as much about flavor as it is heat. The bun is big around and not out of a grocery store package; the hamburger is big and flat enough to overlap the bun; the chile is a green sauce; and the cheese is liquid. They are written up in numerous travel publications and the night before we were there, they were featured on an ABQ television show. It's a bar to be ...

    White Sands National Monument

    A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Dec 22, 2013

    ... Sands National Monument which took basically three hours including a minor navigation mistake. Magnificent weather which just became better and better. John and Andreas both in shorts and i ,clad in jeans and a jacket, was not cold either. No wind and sun from an almost cloudless sky. Beautiful setting with mountain ranges all around. They were dusted with snow which made the scenery even more spectacular. These sand dunes are pretty unique and ...

    Bosque Del Apache

    A travel blog entry by rodeostore on Feb 14, 2009

    I went to visit a friend down in San Antonio, NM for Valentines Day. Part of the visit was a trip out to the Bosque Del Apache Wildlife Refuge. This is home to the annual Festival of the Cranes. While there where cranes they where not out in force ...

    The Day After The Day After!

    A travel blog entry by cobra1899 on Feb 29, 2008

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    ... ask him for his story. I won't recount all that we talked about because we talked a while. He was passing through here last summer and was going to stay one night. He was coming back from visiting his son in Phoenix (I think). It was so peaceful and serene here that he decided to stay longer. In town he met Danny Otero at his Rock Shop. Danny was so personable that Art decided to stay. Art, being the person that he is met a lot of people in town and ended up staying ...