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Experience An Earthship House: Stay Off-Grid In Taos, New Mexico

Close your eyes and imagine the flat, almost colorless shades of brown that dominate the New Mexico landscape near Taos, full of brush and dirt, with the Pueblo Mountains as a distant backdrop. Then imagine driving a lonely road through this flat, unassuming landscape, to some structures out in the middle of nowhere. Structures that are made of […]

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White Sands National Park

Visiting White Sands National Park in New Mexico: The Ultimate Guide for Travelers

Rising from the glistening white sands of New Mexico along the San Andres mountains is America’s newest National Park, White Sands. These sands are made of gypsum, a soft mineral left by the ancient Permiari Sea thousands of years ago. Here in the Tularosa Basin of New Mexico, repeated freezing and thawing cycles over millennia

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Bisti Badlands

Exploring the Ancient and Otherworldly Bisti Badlands in New Mexico

Dinosaurs once roamed this extraterrestrial desert, wading through the prehistoric coastal swamp of an inland sea. The lush landscape was home to forests, reptiles, and early mammals. At first glance, you might never guess that this eerie alien world was once swampland, but the unique formations of the rocks and vistas are a window into

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