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Angelisa’s Musings: Seasons of Travel

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It’s November in New Mexico, and I’m on an early dawn hike throughout the stacks of ancient earth and the multi-layers of hued sandstone. They’re whispering to me in the golden light about a colorful story that once existed on earth, out here on the edge of the Colorado Plateau, where so many have been…

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10 Ways to Use Gratitude while Traveling

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Gratitude goes beyond expressing thanks to someone. These days, it has developed into a state of being that fosters a positive state of mind and is an ongoing appreciative practice that generates an enhanced presentness with life. We thought that with November almost upon us and the annual holiday of gratitude, Thanksgiving, we’d look at…

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Travel in New Mexico Nourishes Wellness

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Many travelers want to maintain or even enhance their personal wellbeing when they travel. Travel can be an opportunity to focus on nurturing the soul, spirit, body and mind. It makes sense if you’re taking a break to hit the refresh button, that you should incorporate rejuvenating healthy practices and tune into your body’s needs.…

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Eight Reasons You Should Visit Albuquerque

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Eight Reasons You Should Visit Albuquerque By Heritage Inspirations Guide Bobby Gonzales I moved to Albuquerque fourteen years ago to go to school and I liked it so much, I never left. New Mexico is a state like no other in the U.S. and is truly special, and while most people use Albuquerque as a…

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New Mexico’s Northern Mountains Benefit from a Rich Cultural & Artistic Heritage

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Northern New Mexico’s Early Cultural & Artistic History The earliest New Mexico inhabitants, the ancestral Puebloans, left artifacts and petroglyphs throughout the region and these primitive artists created images and designs that represented their spiritual practices and relationship to their natural surroundings. Their earthen architecture used basic sustainable materials, proving long-lasting and resilient to the…

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Tackling the Outdoors as a Beginner

  Category: Travel Ignites Inspiration, Traveling in New Mexico   |     Comments: 1

By Heritage Inspirations Guide Sally Pryor Sally is Heritage Inspirations newest guide and she enthusiastically leads an introductory overnight backpacking experience in the glorious Enchanted Circle North of Taos. She believes backpacking allows you to know the power of your body and challenges you to experience the elements, thereby giving you wings to grow. For…

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The Tapestry of Taos Artisans

  Category: Taos Day Tours, Travel Inspirations, Traveling in New Mexico   |     Comments: 3

Wandering the streets of downtown Taos we walk on imperfect roads where many artists have walked before. Roads full of wondrous stories where the famous, infamous, and little known have already treaded. Every crack in the sidewalk is a sign that someone of significance walked this way and it’s what makes Taos’ art colony completely…

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Why Do Women Travel?

  Category: Travel Inspirations   |     Comments: 5

Why Do Women Travel? On International Women’s Day, we want to focus on women and travel. More and more women are traveling, whether alone or in groups, and here at Heritage Inspirations we’ve been contemplating what drives this female desire for travel. It’s become a common theme in the travel industry – women are traveling…

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Floating on Snow in the Taos Backcountry

  Category: Taos Day Tours, Traveling in New Mexico   |     Comments: 2

Winter invites a different kind of discovery because of the silence blanketing the ground, allowing us to see things we might not have noticed in other seasons. When the trees and land get covered in white, they highlight and illuminate the texture, form and shapes of nature in poetic majesty. I must admit, this is…

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