Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Moving to Albuquerque?

No, don't get worried friends-I am not planning a move to New Mexico in the near (or, as far as I know, the distant) future. However, while I am happy where we live right now, I do sometimes think about where I would like to settle if (and that is a big if) we ever decided to move. I have a few different areas/states that I really like, and would be at the top of my list if the time to move ever came. One of these, (and if anyone knows me, they already know this) is Texas. Don't know why, I just love the whole state! Then again, I enjoy certain parts of Tennessee. Gorgeous scenery, and pretty much middle ground as far as weather. Yet again, I really enjoy New Mexico! My first visit to New Mexico was less than 2 years ago, but from the moment I stepped foot in the state, I fell in love with it! So, Albuquerque Homes for Sale naturally catch my eye, and make me pause a moment or two to dream!

See, the first thing about New Mexico that I like is that we have some really good friends there. Friends that, right now, we only get to see twice a year. Families we have met through various circumstances, and now we visit New Mexico once a year, and some of them come visit us once a year. When you're good friends though, twice a year just isn't enough!

Another big draw for me is just the landscape, the scenery, and the general atmosphere of New Mexico. It is almost like stepping back into an old Western tv show; the dry desert areas, the cactus, adobe houses, and yes, the southwestern feel. There's nothing like mounting a horse, and taking a ride in New Mexico-it makes you feel like a cowgirl! 

I also like that there is so much New Mexico has to offer. Many sites and attractions (we're planning on visiting Carlsbad Caverns on our trip out there this year) that the whole family can enjoy. You could literally spend a lifetime there, and never run out of things to do!

Have you ever been to New Mexico? If so, what did you like or dislike about it?

This is a sponsored post however, all the points and views are my own.

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