I can answer most any travel question relating to New Mexico. I have lived all over New Mexico and I am quite familiar with the "nooks and crannies" and places that are off the beaten track.
I love to travel and explore. I spend a lot of my spare time exploring different areas.
I am a graduate of the University of New Mexico. My degree is in Environmental Biology. I have studied riparian river systems throughout New Mexico and concentrated on the area around Taos.
New Mexico is truly the "Land of Enchantment" and one of the most spiritual places on the planet Earth!!
Travel to every county in New Mexico. (I only have 2 to go!)
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Hi Mike, Sorry for the mixup. I don't recommend trying to spend the winter in southern New Mexico. Most people don't realize that, while southern New Mixico appears to be a desert, it is actually a
Hi MIke, We are having some problems with this site. Did you receive the answer to your question? Steve
Hi Dee, I have several places in New Mexico that meet your criteria: Taos: http://www.taoschamber.com/index.html http://www.city-data.com/city/Taos-New-Mexico.html Taos has a branch of the University
Hi Rhea, The average temperature varies greatly depending on what part of the state. The average temperature in Carlsbad will be considerably higher than say, Santa Fe. Here are sites that give all
Hello Rhea, Virtually all of New Mexico is very arid with low humidity year around. The cost of living is pretty low compared to many areas. Since you have a choice of anywhere in NM to live as far