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New Mexico

Alamogordo

We’d heard that there was going to be a snow storm the day we were supposed to drive down to Alamogordo, NM so we got started as early as we could and hoped for the best. We hadn’t driven but maybe an hour and we ran right smack dab into the front edge of a … Continue reading »

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Santa Fe, the City Different

Santa Fe is the only Capital City in the United States that can claim both the oldest Capital City as well as one of the newest Capital Cities. Are you confused? How can it be the oldest and still be considered one of the newest? The Palace of the Governors is the oldest capitol. It … Continue reading »

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Santa Fe Area Hiking

Hey y’all! We stayed in the Santa Fe area for two weeks and managed to squeeze an amazing amount of adventure into our time there. I’m going to break this area up into two different posts. This first post will be about the hiking we did. We spent an entire day at Bandelier National Monument! … Continue reading »

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PizzaRoundup Back Road Pizza

Back Road Pizza is a super tasty pizza place in Santa Fe, New Mexico! You can get¬†sandwiches, salads, calzones, and pizza. The decor was cool. The staff designed and painted the pizza pans (I think that makes it even better). There were pool tables upstairs you could play. Being in New Mexico, you can even … Continue reading »

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Albuquerque, NM

We had the best time in Albuquerque!! I’ll try not to make this post super long, but I’ll warn you now, it is picture heavy and includes a couple of really short videos. One of the most important things you’ll need to know before visiting New Mexico is that they love their chilies. Every restaurant … Continue reading »

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Gallup, NM

Gallup is often called the¬†“Indian Capital of the World” because of it’s location in the heart of Native American lands. Some of the tribes that call this area home are the Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi. We spent our first week in New Mexico learning about some of the local peoples and customs. I have a … Continue reading »

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