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Friday, February 19, 2010
So, I'll be in New Mexico for the next two weeks for some training, and will have some free time in there. Seeing as I haven't visited the state since about 1987, any suggestions from my readers on good spots to visit? Right now the thoughts are leaning towards a day in Santa Fe, but I'm open to other ideas.
Posted by Captain Tightpants at 10:34 AM
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That is one state I have yet to visit. One of these days I am going to do a "visit all the states I have not seen yet" trip. Not too many left....
But enjoy your time and bring back the heat with you!
I love Santa Fe, but slightly off the beaten path is Carlsbad Caverns, which are very cool. Also, if you're a space nerd like me, the VLA outside Socorro is awesome too.
I've done Carlsbad years ago, but that might be worth another trip - hadn't thought of it til you suggested. Already planning a stop by the VLA if possible. Thanks for the ideas.
I love Sante Fe. North of the city is Taos which is also intriguing. Less city. More culture.
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