Pow-Wows: Insight into the Native American Soul

It’s the drum beat of the pow-wow that enters your soul. The deep, rhythmic pulse that rises from the earth and takes you over without you even realizing it. But there’s a moment when you find yourself moving at the pace of the drumming, breathing with it. Native American Pow-Wows are spiritual, social, and cultural festivals where non-Indians can learn about the American Indian.

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Wild Horse Pass Resort is a surprising desert oasis

The Sheraton Wild Horse Resort and Spa is a desert vacation destination

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Fall getaway itinerary – Gallup, El Morro, Zuni and Acoma

It’s Fall Festival time along the New Mexico Ancient Way Arts Trail and so we decided to make a four-day trip to the area. The New Mexico Ancient Way Arts Trail incorporates Gallup, Zuni, Ramah, El Morro and Grants. Dotted along the scenic drive on Highway 53 from Gallup to Zuni to Grants are marvelous arts finds. Enjoy this four-day itinerary.

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Best things to do in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe, now celebrating 400 years of history, is a year-round destination for those who love history, the arts, fine dining and the feeling of being in Europe while remaining much closer to home. Here are some favorite things to do for the visitor to Santa Fe.

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Volunteering on the Navajo Reservation

You may not realize it but some treasures from the past are living out on the far reaches of the Navajo Nation. Find out about the Adopt a Native Elder Program and the volunteers who caravan out to distribute food and friendship to these traditional elders twice a year.

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