I Love New Mexico

About all things New Mexican

August - 27 - 2011

Last Sunday, my daughter posted on Facebook that she was headed to Santa Fe on the Railrunner with a plan to spend her last day of summer being a total tourist before classes began at UNM.  I posted back “May I join you?  Lunch, maybe?”  And before she could reply in the affirmative, I was on the road. Yes, it’s a 2 hour and 45 minute drive.  Yes, I probably needed to spend a day pulling grassburrs out of the flower beds.  Yes, I probably could have saved the gas money for a longer trip elsewhere.   But some days you just have  [ Read More ]

September - 22 - 2010

Had dinner in Santa Fe at the Pink recently (406 Old Santa Fe Trail, www.thepinkadobe.com) .  It was, as always, amazing – the atmosphere, the service, and of course, the food.  We save it for a special treat – it’s a little pricey, but when the meal is over, you always feel like it’s been money well spent.  The experience is as much a part of the visit as the food is.  Rosalea Murphy opened the Pink Adobe in 1944 in the Barrio de Analco, across the street from the San Miguel mission, which is the oldest church in the U.S.  Murphy  [ Read More ]

June - 12 - 2010

  Here’s how yesterday went for me. I left Logan after a couple of hours drinking coffee with Dave on my deck overlooking Ute Lake. I stopped in Tucumcari at the bank, had a long conversation with my cousin Janis, a tall diet Dr. Pepper from the Tucumcari Sonic, and then I headed to Santa Fe to meet Sabrina to set up for the Thirsty Ear Festival. I had already had a great morning before I ever pulled onto westbound I-40. I didn’t know how it could get better. I decided early on to take the scenic route, choosing Hwy  [ Read More ]

December - 17 - 2009

I love the restaurant at the St. James Hotel in Cimarron. I love that I can get in my car in Logan with my boyfriend and be in Red River in less than three hours. And I love that this past Friday, on the way to spend half-price weekend in Red River (half price on lodging, ski lift tickets, rentals, etc. – it’s a tradition in Red River, and a mighty fine one at that!), Dave suggested that we stop at the St. James in Cimarron and have my belated birthday dinner. For those of you that haven’t been to Cimarron,  [ Read More ]

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