Tag Archives: New Mexico

From "Shark Tank"… to your Pickup Truck

As RV campers, we’re always on the lookout for interesting gadgets that improve the daily experience with our vehicles. One of the most unique is the Drop Stop (http://goo.gl/2tmcH9), the “original patented car seat gap filler.” Against all odds, this unusual product has become a #1 bestseller in the automotive category. It solves a design
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Bighorn Sheep of the Rocky Mountains

Driving back down Hondo Canyon from the Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico after an exhilarating snowy mountain hike one Saturday in April, we encountered a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, standing in the middle of the road, nibbling something off the roadway. We slowed to a stop and while waiting, enjoyed the opportunity to see
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Lunch on the Mesa

Most often when we camp, we cook simple meals either over an open fire or in the kitchen of our camper quite comfortably. However, there are times when we do not feel like cooking or simply want to treat ourselves to a meal someone else has prepared. When camping in northern New Mexico, especially in
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Spring Camping to Celebrate the End of Winter

For those outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy winter sports, especially of the spectator variety, there is an event not to be missed at northern New Mexico’s Taos Ski Valley. The first weekend in April each year typically marks the end of the ski season and usually there are some hijinx to enjoy for both skiers and
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