Star Hill Inn

P.O. Box 1A, Las Vegas, New Mexico, 87745, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Las Vegas

Route 66 from Amarillo, TX to Romeroville, NM

A travel blog entry by snicoll on Jun 03, 2014

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... divers jump of the rocks into the clear, blue water. West of Sant Rosa the pre-1937 Route 66 took a northwest direction away from the current interstate but that old alignment is now on private land. It is this old road. I am following via the Santa Fe loop so I had no alternative to the interstate west and then US84 north to Dilia where the old route connected to from Santa Rosa. Just passed Dilia I encountered triple digit ...

Th Coyote Stole my Sour Dough Bread

A travel blog entry by mr.henry on Oct 29, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... As Mrs Henry remarked, on that basis you would be able to house an entire tribe in the Egg. Another example of souvenirshopism? The gift shop certainly occupied an area far greater than the cliff dwellings, with many ‘gifts’ and ‘souvenirs’ turning out to have been made in China. “Lots of Indian tribes lived a nomadic existence”, I tried to explain to Mrs Henry, “they didn’t just stay in one spot”, at which Mrs ...

Cimarron/Philmont Boy Scout Camp/Fort Union NM

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Jun 05, 2013

35 photos

... and he fell in love with the boy scouts so eventually gave most of the land to the boy scouts. He did sell some land to private individuals before he moved his family to California to become a big real estate agent. There were some conditions for giving the Boy Scouts all this land including the Villa. They must maintain the ranch, let his family visit and live in some of the quarters when they returned. He set up scholarships for those scouts ...

The Indians Lose Again

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 03, 2012

27 photos

... were taken in by the Jemez. There are descendants of the Pecos Indians alive today, and they carry out an annual ceremony at the National Park.

Another painful story about the potential destructiveness of religion. A variety of peoples managed to live together without serious incident for 10,000 years, and in a couple of hundred, they were essentially wiped out by an invading group who were determined to "save their souls."


The Bride Wore Cowboy Boots

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 30, 2012

37 photos

... ran from western Missouri to Santa Fe. It mainly saw action in the Mexican War, but came close to action in the Civil War in 1862 when forces marched into New Mexico from Texas, commanded by a soldier formerly based at Fort Union. It was saved from that when Union forces turned the Confederates back about 30 miles to the south, routing them from the state and, I gather, ending the action in New Mexico for the duration.