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Bent's Fort - Trading on the Trails
September 04, 2021
We've been here before, but this year is special for Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site. It's the 200th Anniversary of the Santa Fe Trail, and this trader's po...Read the Full Post »
Cimarron and the Santa Fe Trail
September 02, 2021
While we were in the Eagle Nest and Moreno Valley area, we took a trip westward through Cimarron Canyon to the historic Santa Fe Trail at Cimarron, New Mexico. The...Read the Full Post »
The Beauty & History of New Mexico's Moreno Valley
August 16, 2021
Plus one lucky dog... For us, the Moreno Valley, nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northeastern New Mexico, is a magical place of beauty and history....Read the Full Post »
Fort Hays Kansas - Protecting more than just the railroad
June 21, 2021
This military fort was first established as Fort Fletcher in October of 1865. Built to protect military roads, defend construction gangs on the Union Pacific Railroad, an...Read the Full Post »
Do you know the way to Santa Fe?
April 07, 2021
This blog covers our 588-mile journey from the Paiute Reservation in Northern Arizona all the way to our final "primary" destination, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Our fin...Read the Full Post »
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