Last weekend was Pow Wow Weekend.
What on earth do they have in common?
North of Tularosa, as the crow flies…
Spring is finally here after a very long winter in High Country!
Electric hued neon signs still glow along the old Route 66 through Albuquerque.
If you are dreaming of the open road…
These days it’s much cooler to Glamp than it is to simply go camping. Camping can often be a nightmare, especially when there’s no electricity, running water, or comfy beds, so it’s no surprise that some people avoid it and would rather spend their vacation time in hotel rooms with water and bedding.
As part of my Woman Solo series, I decided to put myself to the test, and play tourist on my way back home from my trip to NY.
In late April while the snow continued to fall here in Northern New Mexico, I flew West, to San Francisco at the invitation of a couple of dear friends who had both relocated to California after years of living in the High Desert.
Lots of women have asked me about the safety and logistics of women traveling (to Taos) alone.