NEW MEXICO
 

 
 
 
 
 

Welcome to our New Mexico page. Did you know New Mexico is home to a natural phenomenon, one of the world’s largest hot air balloon festivals, and even some small national parks? An unexpected visit here left us interested to find out more of this unknown state.


 
  • Sporadic Trip to The World’s Largest Balloon Festival and El Paso, Texas

    Sporadic Trip to The World’s Largest Balloon Festival and El Paso, Texas

    When we were at the bat viewing at Carlsbad Caverns National Park, the ranger asked the question, “How many of you are here from the balloon festival in Albuquerque?” After more than half the people in the amphitheater raised their hands, we decided we had to find out what this balloon festival was. We looked Read more about Sporadic Trip to The World’s Largest Balloon Festival and El Paso, Texas[…]Read More »
  • Carlsbad Cavern NP

    Carlsbad Cavern NP

    After a quick trip to Guadalupe Mountains National Park, we made our way into New Mexico to tour the Carlsbad Caverns. Carlsbad Caverns National Park is literally right down the road from Guadalupe Mountains National Park. As we were driving, we were waiting for a “Welcome to New Mexico” sign and drove right by it Read more about Carlsbad Cavern NP[…]Read More »
  • Guadalupe Mountains NP

    Guadalupe Mountains NP

    We left Big Bend National Park, and started driving north to find a place to camp for the night. We were finally back into a place where free campsites from freecampsites.net were actually not only present, but were located on roads we were traveling on. The closest one was Marfa Lights. Marfa Lights was a Read more about Guadalupe Mountains NP[…]Read More »

 



 

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