"You might want to try Bandelier National Monument, but planning is essential. http://www.nps.gov/band/visitsum13.htm Although they have a shuttle bus to some of the areas of the park where motor vehicles are forbidden, the link contains…"
"I'd suggest the following: (1) Pecos area for lots of flowing water. Very popular but midweek might be less busy. (2) Red Canyon Campground in the Manzanos. Day hike up to the crest. (3) Springtime Campground in the…"
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.
"It's always the same ol' cuisine in old town. I wish they would open a tapas restaurant. As for the story corp story ( sorry to sound redundant), I did hear it when it came out and it was very moving. It made me cry."
I've been living in Albuquerque for 16 years now and I call it home. I grew up as a military brat so I've done my share of moving around.
Favorite Thing(s) About Albuquerque:
neon lights, marble brewery, sandia mountains at sunset, the bosque, red and green chile, don schrader, art, muertos y marigolds parade, Le Chat Lunatique, Globalquerque, the National Hispanic Cultural Center
My parents met in Japan. My dad was stationed there and my mom was there teaching on the base. They got married in Tokyo. I would love to take a trip to Japan someday. My cousin actually lives in Okinawa now. She's teaching over there too.
Never had the experience of being stationed overseas. My dad was a Lt. Col in the Air Force. Lived in Mississippi, Illinois, Florida and then here. He retired here. Looking at it now, we didn't have to move around that much. How about yourself? I Love Calexico, by the way.