I spent the morning showing property to someone who mirrored my thoughts. We were talking about how many people didn’t know Ute Lake existed and she said, “There are so many hidden gems in New Mexico. . .” That’s probably the main reason I write this blog – I want folks out there to know what we’re made of , that New Mexico isn’t just what you see from the interstate or from episodes of “Breaking Bad” (although I do love Breaking Bad).
But there’s only one of me, and I know there are dozens (hundreds) of you out there who know of dozens (okay, hundreds) of hidden gems in New Mexico that would fit in perfectly with the theme of this blog.
Please, please, please feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and pitch an idea for a guest blog to me. What’s your favorite New Mexico dish, restaurant, vacation spot, historical site, or image? Do you have great family vacation stories from New Mexico? Do you know an iconic New Mexico figure that you can interview (or write about if they’re no longer alive)?
Can’t wait to hear from you. I know you’re dying to tell your own New Mexico story. . .
And by the way, these images? They’re all from my relatively unknown neck of the woods – Quay County, New Mexico.