Cimarroncita Ranch

Address: 29820 Highway 64, Ute Park, New Mexico, United States | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 29820 Highway 64, Ute Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Ute Park

    Back in the Southwest

    A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 20, 2015

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... of the town has declined nearly 15% in the past 15 years. Whatever the reasons, the town is dependent upon the draw for its connection to Historic Route 66. I can’t imagine why anyone would come here if not for that. They do host a number of events, most notably Rockabilly on the Route, an event held in early June that features Rockabilly Music along with a car and vintage motorcycle show.

    I forgot to mention, by the time dinner was done ...

    Kix on 66

    A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 29, 2014

    20 photos

    ... dirt track that didn't look like much of a road. We continued on over some railway tracks and hit a fence that said private property. In the tight place? - I don't think so. We made a precarious u-turn and headed back to the paved road. We had no phone coverage so Mr Google would be no help, and the nav man app on the phone was useless. It would remain an invisible ghost town to us. With that little exploring adventure behind us we headed off to the next ...

    Day 11, Tucumcari, New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by jjkaine on May 25, 2014

    6 photos

    ... in the 1960's. The countryside was fantastic, stunning vistas, orange rock formations and trees bent over double from the Texan winds, and the odd bit of tumbleweed all add to the adventure. And so into New Mexico and our 6th State. During my research I had found an old motel on the National Historic Register called the Blue Swallow Motel in a small town called Tucumcari. The motel was built in 1939 as a ...

    Home for the night

    A travel blog entry by sk010564 on May 10, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... from his Danner boots to his trainers and hike to find help. As you can see by the picture though, we made it.....just. Looking at the picture I don't think we would have gotten far before he was either eaten by vultures or bit by rattlers as this place is desolate. Now sitting outside the room as the sun sets and are looking forward to going for a Mexican tonight, we are starving again! ...

    New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by rubyhutton on Oct 25, 2013

    9 photos

    ... d been going all so far! Back through Albuquerque and heading west bound, we stopped at Acoma Pueblo "Sky City". This is the oldest town in Northern America, which is situated on top of a huge sandstone rock. No visitors are allowed up there without being on guided tour and even then you can't take any photos, so we settled for some postcards from the gift shop! We then headed back to the interstate to find a place to stop for the night in Grants. The next part of the route ...