Cinco Noches Ranch

RD BELEN, NM 87002 , Springerville, Arizona, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on RD BELEN, NM 87002 , Springerville, is near New Mexico Open Air Flea Market and Tierra Del Sol Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Springerville

Cowboys and Indians

A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 31, 2014

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... where where only the sign remains. We got to see these in slow motion as the traffic was moving soooo slow. We realised later on that the road had been closed off for the annual pride festival, and that as we were trying to come through they were clearing the barriers and cleaning up. We did have a destination in mind - a so called concrete cowboy. This was a large cowboy made of concrete from the waist up - just sitting in a parking lot. The Route ...

Why Don't We Own Stock in Orange Barrels & Cones

A travel blog entry by suegoeswest on May 29, 2013

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... to private individuals who owned ranch lands (3000 acres) around the crater. At the same time, the Dept. of Interior declared this area a National Landmark. You can read more at: Thus, this Park is privately owned.

At 10:30AM we headed toward Albuquerque on I-40, with the hundreds of twists and turns through gorgeous mesas and red cliffs. ...

The Nachos

A travel blog entry by grapesofwrath on May 26, 2013

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Sadie's for dinner on the 26th. It was recommended by our institutional partners and almost every online restaurant review site.

The nachos are giant and will destroy you. This is the small. And it is considered an appetizer. I am not kidding. And no, we were not able to finish them. But yes, they were delicious.

Little-Known Wonders of the Southwest

A travel blog entry by nancy8895 on Oct 17, 2012

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... tried for years to locate a large deposit of meteoric iron.

The crater was used during the 1960's as a training site by NASA to prepare the Apollo missions to the moon.

We continued down I-40 another hour early Wednesday morning for a stop at the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert National Park. The petrified wood- logs buried millions of years under volcanic ...

Exploring Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by h.o.t. on May 27, 2012

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... Monument which supposedly had some very interesting remains of early people and their cliff dwellings. So before lunch, we trundled on up the road to Bandelier. This being Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, there were lots of cars out and about and for the first time on this trip, we had to line up and wait our turn in order to get into the park. There was about a 15 minute wait and 15 cars in front of us. Nevertheless we persevered ...