5 Scenic Stops on the Way to Taos from Santa Fe NM

Stunning bridge over two mountains on the way to taos nm amidst blue skies

If you’re interested in exploring the exquisite New Mexico landscape, a leisurely drive from Santa Fe to Taos is the perfect place to start. Take in fantastic views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, visit breathtaking historic sites, and explore a fascinating mountain town. Here are 5 scenic stops on the way to Taos from Read More …

The Best Day Trips From Santa Fe

A beautiful view of the mountain ranges in Santa Fe

There are plenty of ways to enjoy the natural beauty of New Mexico. However, the most convenient way to explore the Land of Enchantment is from the front seat of your car. Meander through charming mountain villages and wide-open vistas, and immerse yourself in the history and culture of the Southwest. Here are the best Read More …

5 Best Ways to Enjoy Fall Foliage in Santa Fe

Bright golden Aspens along the New Mexico landscape.

Santa Fe celebrates its own, unique beauty all year long. However, those who have witnessed autumn’s majesty understands why it’s called the Land of Enchantment. Between mid-September and early October, our treasured Aspen trees begin to transform, gilding the horizon with incredible sprays of gold. If you’re interested in seeing this stunning Southwestern scenery for Read More …

Adventures With Flo: The Jemez Mountain Trail National Scenic Byway

Innkeeper's motorcycle near Jemez

  One of eight official “byways” in New Mexico, the Jemez Mountain Trail National Scenic Byway is chock full of scenic vistas, natural beauty, cultural and historic sites. This 160-mile loop from Santa Fe accommodates most vehicles, with nice roads and offers a convenient and rewarding way to experience the best of Northern New Mexico—in Read More …

Adventures with Flo: Scenic Pecos River Road

Innkeeper's motorcycle at the Pecos River

About 30 minutes Southeast of Santa Fe is the city of Pecos, New Mexico.  It’s the gateway to the great outdoors!  Pecos is a place to hike, fish, horseback ride, and meditate.  Pecos is a western saga situated near an all-weather pass where the West was lost and won time and time again.  First came Read More …

Adventures with Flo: La Cieneguilla Petroglyph Site

La Cieneguilla Petroglyphs, Santa Fe

I recently acquired a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.  Some would say it’s my mid-life crisis….to me it’s my mid-life freedom!  My new 2016 Softail Slim S, is named Bad Ass Flo, in honor of my mother Florence, whom we lost just a year ago.  I’ve always wanted to own a Harley, but it didn’t make much sense Read More …