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John Clary Davies
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He’s No Dummy

Above: Slim Slidell says ... "Pay attention!" Photograph by Dan Leeth / Alamy Stock Photo. Slim Slidell is a hero. Whenever Taos Ski Valley has “slider” conditions—firm, challenging snow—there he is…

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Tips Up

Above: Jonathan Ellsworth finds a pocket of powder at Ski Santa Fe. Photograph by Ryan Heffernan. A BOLD TRAM FROM THE CITY to a craggy peak, world-class steep skiing, a classic ski town, a nearly…

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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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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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El Agua Es Vida

Laura McCarthy stood in the pine forest of the Río Chama Basin, near the Colorado–New Mexico state line. She was on skis, and it was snowing hard. There in the high alpine, 175 miles north of…

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Urban Jungle

Above: Hitting the Paseo del Bosque Trail is like taking a mini-vacation from the city. Photograph Courtesy of ABQ Free Images. The Albuquerque metropolitan area has about one million humans. But it…

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Take Our Survey. Win Big.

We need your help. Our goal is to always improve what we do. We make New Mexico Magazine for you—the reader. We're curious what you think. What types of stories do you like to read? How do you use…

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Beer-ology

Above: Asa Stone at Sidetrack Brewery. Photograph by Minesh Bacrania. ASA STONE THIRSTS for knowledge. When graduating from high school in Hitachi, Japan, she didn’t want to study just one thing, as…

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Camp Life

Above: Idyllic Fenton Lake State Park is the perfect family fishing hole. Photograph by Adrian Holder. IT DIDN'T SEEM RIGHT, but after 16 miles on a rutted dirt road somewhere north of Regina…

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