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Five Lakes to Visit in New Mexico

Cool down and have some fun with family and friends by visiting one of New Mexico’s many lakes this summer.…
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New Mexico Ski Destinations

Southern New Mexico may not be considered a skiing mecca, but the slopes of the nation’s southernmost mountain nearing 12,000…
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Ghost Towns of New Mexico

Throughout the 19th century, mining was a major industry in New Mexico, for silver, gold, lead, and other ores. There…
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Wortley Hotel in Lincoln, New Mexico.

Lincoln: Site of the Lincoln County War

The town of Lincoln, about 30 miles northeast of Ruidoso, may not be a ghost town, but ghosts are everywhere.…
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Dowlin's Mill in Ruidoso, New Mexico

Ruidoso’s History | Annie Lesnett

History comes to life when you see it through the eyes of someone who experienced it. This is an oral…
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Whispering Water Winery

A Day in Ruidoso

Spending a single day in Ruidoso is like eating a single potato chip — it leaves you wanting more! So,…
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Alpine meadow in the Sacramento Mountains.

Billy The Kid Scenic Byway

New Mexico has 26 scenic byways. This story is about one of them — the Billy the Kid Scenic Byway,…
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The All American CowboyFest

The Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium has been reinvented for 2021 as the All American CowboyFest, September 30 - October 2,…
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Close up of James Bell's tombstone explaining he was shot by Billy the Kid.

Ruidoso: Seasoned with the Flavor of Billy the Kid Legends

In 1885, near the trail on which John Chisum drove his cattle to market, a general store, blacksmith shop, post…
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