Visitor Center in Cimarron, NM

For some reason this photo makes me want a cinnamon roll

I love this picture. Notice the New Mexico state colors. I’m also thinking that it’s quite a deal for a town of fewer than a thousand souls to even have a visitor center. And you see how bright it looks? How strong the sun must be? Well, it was, but by 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning, the temperature was still under 70 °F with a pretty good breeze. All you need for June or any other month, though the women may desert you if you roll the window down too far.

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  • M.J. June 18, 2014, 6:14 PM

    I always love passing through that old town with the pretty name. The old haunted hotel and buildings are a treat to walk through and admire. You might even see a few bullet holes in the hotel. You definitely have to drive slow at night for all the deer that think humans are their best friends. Glad you are having fun sight seeing, and enjoying the nice weather.

  • CK Sandberg June 30, 2014, 3:56 PM

    Cimarron is the “gateway city” to Philmont Scout Ranch, the huge (over 214 square miles!) wilderness High Adventure base for the Boy Scouts of America. Every year, over 27,000 young men and women from around the USA trek through the glory of northern New Mexico/Sangres and have a lifetime experience in Philmont’s back country. Almost all of them come through Cimarron…



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