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While we are all hoping to find safe and satisfying ways to celebrate the holidays, it is also important that we stay active through this time in order to maintain our physical and mental …

Regarding the recent stories about trail access across private land: These are longtime issues that date back to when ranchers began putting up barbed wire to demarcate their land boundaries and to protect their livestock.

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Is there a way to compromise when your heart is set on that idyllic dream of mountain living, but your head isn’t yet wrapped around a break with civilization? There certainly is, says Evan Blish, owner of Piñon Investments of Taos in El Prado, and Associate Broker Jolie Jones. Your answer lies in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, where delightful small communities dot the landscape just beyond the limits of Taos.

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Longtime Taoseños will remember that many years ago there was a simple log bridge that crossed the Red River, connecting the Cebolla Mesa Trail with the Wild Rivers area near Questa. But in 2006 the bridge was washed out, and for 15 years there was no connection between the two areas.