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Braking for Bread

Above: Photographs by Douglas Merriam . FROM THE OUTSIDE, Jim’s Automotive looks like your run-of-the-mill mechanic’s shop, but the aroma wafting from the front office is more reminiscent of a bakery…

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Between the Lines

Above: Out in the plains around Roy and Mosquero, the Northeast Bookmobile might be the only vehicle you see for miles and miles. Photographs by Gabriella Marks. IT'S AN OPEN ROAD. A truck…

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Adult Camp

Above: Susie Edwards gets into the swing of things.. Photographs by Tira Howard THE THING ABOUT THE Adult Camp at Sunrise Springs Spa Resort is that it’s really not that different from summer camps…

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Local Spirit

Above: GlenWillis American single-malt whiskey makes a fine old-fashioned. Photograph courtesy of Glencoe Distillery. I had no idea what to order, so Sherry Barrow, co-owner of Glencoe Distillery…

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Return of the Grand Hotel

Above: Allan Affeldt stands on the newly built balcony of the Castañeda's library. Photographs by Minesh Bacrania. WE'VE BARELY TOUCHED OUR Bar Castañeda appetizer—a hush-puppy riff on a classic Fred…

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Out of the Woods

Above: A cutting board from Wild Edge Woodworks current collection. Photograph by Inga Hendrickson. Miguel Licona of Wild Edge Woodworks sustainably harvests velvet mesquite from the Sonoran Desert…

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Road Fuel

Above: Photo courtesy of the San Antonio Crane. The winds were so strong that I practically blew into the middle of the dusty town of San Antonio, just south of Socorro. While the dueling green chile…

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One of Our 50 Is Missing

Above: Illustration by Chris Philpot. BUT WHAT IF WE ORDER MARGARITAS? Santa Fe resident Rebecca Eckman was traveling around the East Coast with her husband while visiting family when they popped…

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The Masked Stranger

Above: Hunting for Mearns quail in the Black Range. Photographs by Jen Judge. A MASTER OF DISGUISE, the Mearns wears black feathers on his face like a mask of Zorro and spotted cloak. It is the…

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Do You ’Booch?

Above: New Mexico Ferments outside of the Rail Yards Market in Albuquerque. Photograph Joy Godfrey. Recently I ordered a pint of New Mexico Ferments’ Hibiscus Lavender Kombucha from the Brake-room…

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