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Adding Ruidoso, New Mexico to Our 2018 Travel Plans

by PatriciaSteffy in Sponsored Post

Alto Lake by Kerry Gladden (The Agency)   Even in Los Angeles, you can feel the change of season in the air. And while fall is only barely knocking on our doors, I’m already looking at where next year’s travels might take us. What has this month’s research revealed? Ruidoso, New Mexico. [...]

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