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The Grove, a little Texas ghost town located between Temple and Gatesville.  First visited 30 plus years ago.  Recent shots.

I am excited that Art & Soul of Aiken has put on an event/show like this. I think there is great potential for there to be a thriving art scene here in this…

When your client tells yous it's been 10 years since their last family photos, you make sure you get the abosulte best! Too much fun walking around my little…

Forrest is a ranching community on NM-18, 36 miles south of Tucumcari. It was named for Forrest Farr, son of first postmaster and storekeeper Watt Farr, who…

Fort Selden was established in 1865 in an effort to bring peace to a region besieged by desperado attacks and Indian raids that impeded dreams of the US…

Melrose is a village in Curry County, NM. Present population is 651. William Hanna, co-founder of Hanna Barbera Studios, was born in Melrose.

Yeso (meaning "gypsum" in Spanish) is an unincorporated town on Route 60, west of Fort Sumner NM. It was established in 1906, when the AT&SF railroad came to…

Nathaniel Ragland moved his family from Jeffersontown, KY in 1906 to NM, near Quay. He opened a dry goods store and the locals asked, when he went for stock,…

House, NM is an agricultural and ranching community on NM 86, 33 miles northwest of Melrose. It was named for either Lucie J. House, who in December 1902…

Wheatland traces its beginnings to the building of its first school. Several one-room schools existed in the area, including North Bend School, Blair School,…

The small town of Radium Springs is located on NM-185 west of the Rio Grande and across from Fort Selden State Monument and the ruins of a 19th-century army…

Hatch is widely known as the "Chile Capital of the World," for growing a wide variety of peppers, especially the New Mexican cuisine staple, and one of New…

Grady was established in 1907 with a strong community of farming and ranching. The Village was named after Pearl B. Grady, who owned most of the town site.…

Cuchillo was named for nearby Cuchillo Negro (Black Knife) Creek, which took its name from a local Apache chief. The town was established by ranchers and…

Causey, NM is located in Roosevelt County at the crossroads of NM-114 and 321, 35 miles southeast of Portales and about a mile from the TX border. The town,…

Pep is located about 7 miles south of Dora on NM-206. The community is composed almost entirely of farms and cattle ranches. The place that would become Pep…

This is the cemetary in Field, NM, which is off State Road 224, 35 miles north of Magdalena. The woman we met there lives in town and had just lost her husband…
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