Thursday, May 31, 2012

100 Years as a State - New Mexico, Land of Enchantment

Land of Enchantment
New Mexico is celebrating its Centennial this year! Scenic and historic, the Land of Enchantment is throwing a party all summer long with festivals and events that will surely be second to none.
Behold, My Son....

The actual date of New Mexico's Centennial is June 16, so for those of you in the West and Southwest United States, you still have time to plan a trip to what will I'm sure be something that will leave you with memories that will last you for the rest of your life.

From its magnificent scenery to its incredible history, New Mexico is a must visit for you, not only this summer, but any time of the year. Of course in the warmer months there is plenty to do outdoors, fishing, camping and hiking come to mind, New Mexico is also a fantastic place to hit the slopes in the winter. Ruidoso sits in the shadow of 12,000 foot tall Sierra Blanca and offers some outstanding skiing and other winter activities.

Food and Lodging

Depending on whether you'd like to stay at a luxury hotel in a city like Albuquerque, or in a mountain cabin in Cloudcroft, you'll find it in New Mexico.

The food is Mama-slappin' good. That is, it's so good, you'd slap your Mama away from the supper table to get some more. Here's a taste of what New Mexican Cuisine looks like:
Hungry yet?

See For Yourself 
To be honest, I could take a couple of months writing about all that is good and cool about NM, but rather than prattle on, I'll link you to the Official Site for the State of New Mexico and let you, through videos and web cams, discover for yourself the magnificence that awaits you in what is truly the Land of Enchantment.

You can get a FREE New Mexico Travel Guide here!

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