NM True TV - Pecos River Fly Fishing
You could call it the best fly fishing on either side of the Pecos, since you’re casting your flies while standing in the river’s bubbling mountain water. Michael and the NM True Crew find they like the area almost as much as the fish seem to. In this case the fun of the fishing might actually distract your attention from the beauty that surrounds you.
NM True TV - Hiking Jack's Creek in the Pecos
Exercise, fresh air, stunning views, ample wildlife, and the opportunity to bring out your cellphone only to take pictures might sound like a deal that is too good to be true, unless you are hiking in one of New Mexico’s wilderness areas. In this case that magic combination came together for the NM True Crew along Jack’s Creek in the Pecos Wilderness. And they are kind enough to take us along on the their walk.
Abandoned Hotel US 90 at Pecos River TX
Just a quick peek at it, no history. Terrible wind Audio. 29.7805680, -101.3970920
Villanueva NM State Park
Villanueva is a nice place to go camping and explore the area. And can get very busy in the summer because there are site with first come first service camping areas that don't need reservation.
Trout Fishing New Mexico's Eagle Rock Lake
Northern New Mexico’s Eagle Rock Lake is arguably one of the prettier places to fish in the Land of Enchantment. A day trip from Sante Fe and Albuquerque, Eagle Rock is a popular trout fishery in Northern New Mexico. Stocked by New Mexico Game & Fish, Eagle Rock is an easy to access, small lake where anglers can catch rainbow trout. Armed Blue & Chartreuse Fire Brine shrimp and FireBait we caught dozens of trout in two hours while filming this episode of Pautzke Outdoors.
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Carlsbad, New Mexico
This is a few pics of the girls when we went to Carlsbad, New Mexico. The clouds turned into a hugh thunderstorm...both Friday and Saturday afternoons. The swimming in the motel pool lasted about 15 minutes...then they wanted to go to the river. The river is actually the Pecos river that the city of Carlsbad damed up. They call it Lake Carlsbad...something like 100 feet across and maybe 1-1/4 mile long...still pretty nice. The tongue curling thing by Kenzie was when we were at dinner Saturday night. I cant do that either, so...now what? Kyndal is trying, but cant get the twist. The black eye that Kenzie has is from a collision with one of the kids at the river out in the water. It was a pretty hard hit but she came thru it fine. She was pretty proud of it by Tuesday. The pics in the cemetery are of the Bujac family grave site. No, I dont know them personally, but I do know who Bruce Cabot was. He was one of the regular players in many John Wayne western films...usually playing the part of a bad guy. He did play some good guy parts too, but now that I have said who he is...go look up some John Wayne westerns and you will see.
Pecos National Historic Park New Mexico
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FREE CAMPING! PECOS RIVER PICNIC AREA - COMSTOCK, TX
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Ranchline Pecos River Auctions
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This single quote really captures the essence of Paul Taylor, III's personality. These words were originally written by a United States Army Colonel who was evaluating Paul's performance in the Army when he was only 23 years old. This telling description, however, is just as appropriate today as it was back then. That's because Paul's commitment, dedication and drive to succeed are personal qualities that have characterized this native resident throughout his entire life.
With over 20 years of real estate experience, Ranchline was founded in an effort to present a uniform branding of Paul's overall marketing efforts. He spent the first 15 years in residential and commercial brokerage activities, and has moved heavily into ranch sales over the past six years. Having been completely successful in the ranch real estate market, Paul has a vision for Ranchline to become the recognized brand of choice for the marketing of premier properties across the United States and beyond.
Paul has been in business with his dad in sheep and cattle ranch operations. Having experienced the challenges of the day-to-day operations the ranching business presents, Paul has a sense that is crucial to his dealings in the agricultural sector of sales. He has combined his knowledge of the ranching industry with his marketing experience to develop a company that focuses on premier properties of the west.
Pecos Texas Road Tour West Texas 80 MPH! 4k
Pecos Texas Road Tour . This video starts out in Midland Texas leaving town on west Interstate 20 towards Pecos Texas.
Pecos is the largest city in and the county seat of Reeves County, Texas, United States. It is situated in the river valley on the west bank of the Pecos River at the eastern edge of the Chihuahuan Desert and the Trans-Pecos region of west Texas and near the southern border of New Mexico.
Pecos is one of the numerous towns in West Texas organized around a train depot during the construction of the Texas and Pacific Railway. These towns were subsequently linked by the construction of U.S. Highway 80 and Interstate 20. Prior to the arrival of the railroad, a permanent camp existed nearby where cattle drives crossed the Pecos River.
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Brantley Lake State Park - New Mexico - Camping
Brantley Lake State Park is a state park of New Mexico, United States, located approximately 12 miles (19 km) north of Carlsbad. The park takes its name from Brantley Lake, a man-made reservoir created when Brantley Dam was built across the Pecos River in the 1980s. The lake is the southernmost lake in New Mexico, and it is popular for boating and fishing. It has a surface area of approximately 4,000 acres (16 km2), but that varies due to the inconsistent flow of the Pecos River and the arid climate in which the lake is located.
The lake is stocked with bass, walleye, catfish, bluegill, and crappie, however officials have recently detected high levels of DDT in the fish and the State Parks Department is recommending that the fish not be eaten.
The park has 51 developed campsites with electricity, shower facilities, a playground, a visitor center, and other amenities.
Pecos River Salt Cedar Eradication Project at Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge - New Mexico
Invasive species encroachment across our nation is affecting wildlife, agriculture, water resources, and sometimes even energy distribution. Salt Cedar is considered an invasive species in western states. It grows incredibly fast, utilizing scarce water resources, increasing salinity levels in the area, and forcing out native grass forage needed by both wildlife and livestock. Clearing this tough invasive is incredibly hard work as evidenced by this video, but well worth the effort . The Pecos River is an important river that flows through the beautiful Land of Enchantment--New Mexico, supporting a diverse array of wildlife species. Many partners have come together to help restore this section of the river on the Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wishes to thank the many partners, contractors, volunteers, and staff who worked on this project, funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act dollars. To learn more about New Mexico's Pecos River and the Restoration project at Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, visit:
American Railway: Volume 12 - New Mexico 'Roadrunners, Pumpkins and Stacks' (Preview)
American Railway is a regular DVD programme looking at the Railroads of the United States. The DVD is produced by Lineside Video Productions and is available through the website: linesidevideos.co.uk.
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Between the high plains of Texas, to the east, and the state of Arizona, to the west, lies The Land of Enchantment -- New Mexico. This programme concentrates on the central area of the state, south of its largest city, Albuquerque. We will take you on a journey west from Willard, along the double-tracked intermodal corridor that is the BNSF Southern Transcon, concluding with the spectacular scenery in the region of Rio Puerco. At Kayser, we highlight congestion caused by maintenance of way to the east, and a 12-loco light-engine movement. At Scholle, the recently-completed second track alignment through the Abo Canyon is featured, before continuing west to witness trains thundering through Madrone. In the setting sun at Jarales, an intermodal coasts west toward the servicing point at Belen, while heavy freights depart east, rumbling away from the yard. An interlude will focus on the New Mexico Rail Runner Express passenger trains, operated by Rio Metro, which serve the communities between Belen, Albuquerque and the state capital Santa Fe. The programme finishes with a glimpse of the railway bridge spanning the Pecos River at Fort Sumner in the east of the state. Operations at Fort Sumner will feature in more detail in a future edition of American Railway.
The BNSF pumpkins, which dominated the Southern Transcon during our visit, were three models of 4,400 hp General Electric locomotive. These were the Evolution Series ES44DC and ES44C4, and the older 'Dash 9' or C44-9W. During our visit, only one example each appeared in Warbonnet and Heritage 1 liveries. The only variation in BNSF locomotive type, was an EMD SD40-2 switching Belen yard. Amtrak's Southwest Chief provided welcome relief at Rio Puerco, headed by three blue & silver Genesis P42DC locomotives.
The New Mexico Rail Runner Express is featured between Los Lunas, about 25 miles from Albuquerque, and Belen, the southern terminus. These push-pull trains consist of double-deck Bombardier passenger cars hauled by 3,600 hp MP36PH-3C locomotives manufactured by Motive Power Inc. Their livery includes a roadrunner motif that extends to the warning that the doors are closing -- beep-beep!
At most locations, two cameras were used, in positions up to a mile apart. We hope that the additional views of the passing trains will enhance your enjoyment of this programme.
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SAR Field Trip: Pecos Pueblo at the Beginning
Pecos Pueblo at the Beginning
Field Trip. Friday, April 5, 2013, 8:00 am--4:00 pm
Pecos Pueblo is one of the most historically significant sites in New Mexico. As the largest and easternmost of the Pueblo villages, by 1540 it was home to at least 2,000 inhabitants.
In 1915, Dr. A. V. Kidder, the acknowledged dean of Southwest archaeology, began a ten-year project at Pecos Pueblo. The intensive excavations were the first in the United States explicitly designed to demonstrate the value of scientific techniques for exploring the past. Kidder's archaeology at Pecos and surrounding sites has long been the lens through which archaeologists and historians understand the long history of Rio Grande Pueblo peoples.
Join Judy Reed and Pecos National Historical Park volunteer Rudy Busé, who is Kidder's grandson; and National Park Service curator Heather Young in a full-day exploration of villages ancestral to Pecos Pueblo. We will hike off-trail to visit both the Rowe Ruin and the Forked Lightning Pueblo—two pueblos that are not usually open to the public. We will also go behind the scenes to see the magnificent artifact collections at Pecos National Historical Park. Throughout the day, we will discuss the stories of how people came together at Pecos.
Video recording and editing by SAR volunteer John Sadd.
Odessa, Texas to Pecos River
Some very dry country in the middle of a severe drought on I-20 from Odessa to Monahans, Texas, and then south to the Pecos River near Grandfalls.
Pecos National Historical Park, New Mexico
Pecos National Historical Park is a National Historical Park in the U.S. state of New Mexico. It is located about 17 miles (27 km) east of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Pecos National Historical Park is composed of several noncontiguous units. The main unit of the park preserves the ruins of Pecos Pueblo. The main unit also protects the remains of Mission Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles de Porciúncula de los Pecos, a Spanish mission near the pueblo built in the early 17th century. A 1.25-mile (2 km) self-guiding trail begins at the nearby visitor center and winds through the ruins of Pecos Pueblo and the mission church.
Practice Flight to the Pecos River High Bridge - November 2, 2019
Current bridge opened to traffic December 21, 1944 - 75th anniversary December 21, 2019
This was my practice flight to the Pecos River High Bridge the day before UP 4014 Big Boy was to cross it. Zero wind. Captured with the Mavic Air.
River Estate At Pecos River Land and Ranches Presented by Paul Taylor III
Enjoy the lush acres of River Estate that provide a diverse ecosystem with all of the distinguished elements of the Southwest. Hike and fish over 1.5 miles of the famed Pecos River that creates a wildlife-rich riparian corridor and a haven for anglers seeking healthy trout. The 5,500±-square-foot River House provides an elegant refuge with state-of-the-art technologies. Just southeast of Santa Fe adjacent to national forest, this ranch offers the opportunity to own an exquisite property and fishing retreat.
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Days Inn Carlsbad (New Mexico) - Carlsbad (New Mexico) - United States
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The Days Inn Carlsbad, New Mexico is located off National Parks Highway in Southeastern New Mexico. Our hotel is conveniently located to the Natural Bridge Caverns of Carlsbad, downtown historical district and the business district.
We offer a free Continental Breakfast with waffles, biscuits & gravy, free high speed internet, free airport shuttle from Carlsbad regional Airport, indoor Swimming pool & coin laundry.
While visiting Carlsbad come explore the outdoor beauty and adventure at Carlsbad Caverns, The Hotel Is Located 20 Miles Away From The Carlsbad Caverns, Pecos River Flume, Sitting Bull Falls, Living Desert Zoo And Garden State Park and much more.
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Your New Land, 15 Acres, Ribera, New Mexico
Land For Sale, 8 Acres, Ribera NM
Welcome to your new land in Ribera, New Mexico, 35 miles from Santa Fe and 30 miles from Las Vegas in the Pecos River Valley with easy access to I-25.
Contact owner Ina Goodman, 541-221-5489, firstname.lastname@example.org
Turn this piece of the Southwest into your own homestead, ranch or farm. Perfect for horses. The past five years it has been used to farm alfalfa and has also been used for cattle grazing. Land is zoned agricultural.
There is electrical and phone on the road which could be brought to your property. Neighbor has dug a 300 foot well into the aquifer below and it pumps 40 gallons per minute. You could drill your own well on the land or work with the city to bring community water.
For agricultural irrigation water, you have access to the Ribera Ditch Aquifer.
Land has views of Rowe Mesa and is adjacent to a historic portion of the Santa Fe Trail.
Taxes are only $11/yr. in San Miguel County. Property has views of Rowe Mesa and is adjacent to the historic Santa Fe Trail and near Villa Nueva State Park.
Neighbors use septic.
Creative financing, lease, seller carry, lease option, owc, owner will carry.
Irrigated patureland with Acequia water rights being conveyed. Beautiful, stunning meadow previously plated with alfalfa. Potential for organic gardening and hemp crop. Utilities adjacent to the lots. Located less than a mile from paved Hwy 3 in Ribera, 35 miles past Santa Fe., 30 mins to Las Vegas, NM. Seller will consider owner financing with right situation. Possible community water and great well potential, 360 degree views of mesa, great horse country. Total is 15 acres broken into 3 lots both 2x4 and 8 acre (can be divided into 2x 4 acres) pieces.
Potential for easement to Pecos River.
Feel free to drive to the land and look around. Directions: take I-25 North from Santa fe, take exit 323 and turn right (south) on NM Highway 3 for 1.6. Then turn left on B-41-E for one mile and right onto CB-66. Land is on right side of road. Approximately 45 minutes from Santa Fe.