We spent 2.5 years in New Mexico. After 2.5 years we are fairly sure we are ready to break up with New Mexico.
But, she still has some tricks up her sleeve. Namely, Carlsbad Caverns. The Caverns are alllllll the way in the other corner of the state and we never made it there. So, we will give you another go, New Mexico, and see what else you have to offer.
Plus, and we are kind of embarrassed to admit it, but we’ve never tried a Frito Pie…New Mexico’s signature dish. How can we write off New Mexico without trying something that sounds as tasty and addictive as Frito Pie?
So, we will have another romp in the sac with New Mexico and see if she can convince us yet.
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