High Feather Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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... a spa town originally named Hot Springs. It changed it's name in 1950 after a winning a National completion. Named now after the radio quiz show which was then broadcast from there on the 1st weekend of May for the next 50 years. We stopped at Socorro for coffee and a sandwich at Denny's. Then on through the familiar city of Albuquerque with Sandia Peak ...
... sheds, and modular homes in multiple states of disrepair. Many of the trailers and sheds had tires arranged in lines on the roof. I assume these were to keep the roof from blowing off in high winds. The sides of the road sparkled with the glass shards of broken booze bottles. Apparently, the booze was bought in a neighboring town and consumed on the way to the village. As the bottles were finished, they must have been tossed out the ...
... on the other hand is a quiet, laid back town. The Number 3 art center for the US.
I found very few wood turners displaying their work. Window shopped, had lunch and window shopped some more after touring the Capitol Bldg.
Finally took the time to smell the flowers and take their pictures.
... Dining Guide and decided to come off at Las Vegas, NM, this is the other one, a small New Mexican town surrounding a plaza with Spanish signs under the English ones and the difference in local people was perceptible. Most of the menu included chillis in some form or other and re fried beans, a disgusting slop of brown bean sludge added to most Mexican dishes and to be avoided at all costs. Pressing on, we passed the highest point of Route ...
... by Crypto Jews. New Mexico is loaded with descendants of Jews who escaped the Spanish Inquisition 400 years ago. An extraordinary story - have a look at Crypto-Jews - New Mexico - who'da thought?
Thank you to Joyce Rubinstein, in whose lovely home we have been staying. She's a ...