Our Lady of Guadalupe Abbey is an Olivetan Benedictine monastery located in the Pecos River Canyon 25 miles east of Santa Fe, New Mexico. We offer group retreats and individual retreats, and spiritual direction. Everyone is welcome.
The Santa Fe Sage Inn is an excellent choice for affordable lodging in downtown, connecting you to the heart of Santa Fe. The Inn offers 157 contemporary southwest, comfortable rooms with a Healthy Start breakfast, exercise facility, guest laundry, free parking, WiFi and downtown shuttle service.
David Padwa's new fiction book: "Incident at Lukla" is a heart-pounding mountaineering adventure of political espionage involving two CIA operatives set in China featuring the rich Buddhist culture of Tibet.
In November of 2002 John and Lucinda traveled from their Santa Fe home to New York City for a combined business and pleasure trip. Within 48 hours of their arrival they became extremely ill and were rushed to Beth Israel Hospital where they were diagnosed with Bubonic Plague (The Black Death). This is our story.
Welcome! Land of Enchantment Guides is a fly fishing guide service, offering guided fishing trips in the Santa Fe, Chama, Taos and San Juan River areas.
Our experienced fly fishing guides can take you to fish on all types of waters - from large rivers to high mountain spring creeks and lakes, we have them all here in Northern New Mexico.
Welcome to the home on the web for Nuclear Watch of New Mexico. You will find here regularly updated information which will keep you informed on subjects such as Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), and a host of other subjects that pertain to nuclear New Mexico.
Pachamama Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico specializes in Spanish Colonial Antiques and Latin American Folk Art. They offer unique Silver Milagros and Yellow Bronze Milagros, prized by jewelry designers and collectors alike, many of which are referenced in owner Martha Egan's book on Milagros.
T.R. Lawrence’s artful storytelling will delight readers with vivid descriptions of his life-changing adventures and opportunities in Morocco that lead to a successful import-export business dealing in fine antiques and things rarely unearthed in the markets of Marrakech.
This website has information about two previously unpublished e-books by Jaenet. "Look, Roger, It's Florence" is currently available and "The Butterfly Book" is being produced now for upcoming release.