Edelweiss Condominiums

Address: 500 W High, Red River, New Mexico, 87558, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on 500 W High, Red River, is near Enchanted Circle Drive, Bobcat Pass Snowmobile, Black Mountain Playhouse & Lodge, and Red River Nature Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Red River

    Order out of Taos (sorry)

    A travel blog entry by johntrip2015 on Sep 27, 2015

    35 photos

    ... towards Cadillac Ranch in Texas and then perhaps come back to overnight in Tucumcari.

    For the sake of doing something different, here's the playlist for today's drive, with occasional commentary / selective lyrics:

    Seagull - Bad Company
    Hero and Heroine - Strawbs
    All allong the watchtower - Bob Dylan (There must be some way out of here)
    Songdance - Pavlov's Dog (Teach me a ...


    A travel blog entry by cariverga on Oct 24, 2013

    5 photos

    ... 1080;р 72;емый мной неоче 74;идный маршр 91;т прохо 76;ил мимо диког 86; озера Springer Lake, испра 74;итель& ...

    85. The New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on May 08, 2013

    32 photos

    ... bill, the homes are designed to be self-sufficient, with design principles meaning that food can be sustainably produced here, homes are thermally heating and cooling, water is harvested and recycled, ... which I think may be a bit of a challenge in these parts considering average rainfall has been under 6 inches annually over the past couple years. But if they can do it here...

    Camping for the night is ...

    Day 11 - Taos - New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by traceystravels on Oct 23, 2012

    9 photos

    ... where they were imprisoned. Many died along the way or in prison and were not able to return to their native land until they signed a treaty with the US in1868.

    So let's do a quick re-cap here. He moved to New Mexico when it was still part of Mexico. He married two Indian women then a Spanish descendant. He fought in the Mexican-American war to help take over Mexico (where he'd been living for around 20 years), and then despite his history ...

    Taos and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jan 19, 2012

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    ... The road was cleared of snow so we were able to drive without a problem.

    The Picuris Pueblo is quite different than the Taos Pueblo in that there is not a central plaza with homes on 2 sides. Here there is a church, the 3rd one built there from the 1700’s; I hate to ask the years of the prior 2. The church is not located in the plaza but stands alone then houses are nearby and extend up the hill.

    We stopped at ...