In northern New Mexico, La Bajada is the hill to remember. Down south, that honor falls to the towering heights of Emory Pass. The difference is that the road over Emory Pass has not been straightened out--and though paved, it is still steep, narrow, twisting, and perilously beautiful.
Emory Pass is the highest point on NM Highway 152, which winds its way from I-25 at Exit 63 just south of Truth or Consequences through Hillsboro, Kingston, and over the backbone of the Black Range west to Silver City. The elevation at the top is 8228 feet, a whopping 4000 feet higher than Caballo Lake, whose diminutive reservoir 35 miles away is visible from the summit.…Continue
The American Society of Radiologic Technologists is a growing national association located in Albuquerque, N.M., with more than 115 employees and 150,000 members. We are currently recruiting for a software engineer to join our dynamic Information…Continue
Started by Candice Young in Announcements yesterday.
I've been going into Snip barbershop near Osuna and I-25 for a couple of years now, and I got used to the person cutting my hair. Two weeks ago I went in and they told me she was gone. Now I'm pretty particular about who I let cut my hair, and when…Continue
I would encourage everyone to visit the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History to see the Dreamscapes exhibit. What a clever concept! Kudos to the 12 talented students and their mentor. I went on a Sunday morning, a good time to go as there is…Continue
Started by Jill in General Discussion yesterday.
My 19 year old niece is coming to visit this summer and I want to take her camping but I'm not sure where to take her. Any suggestions? I would like to stay in New Mexico and I'm hoping to stay within 4 hours from Albuquerque.