Archive for January, 2013

New Mexico Fishing Report

Posted January 22, 2013 By High Country Posts

Updated Jan.22, 2013 This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may differ, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities. Read the remainder of this entry »

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The Joys of Indian Head Massage

Posted January 21, 2013 By Robin

Hey everyone! I know it has been a while since my last post. However, I have been busy picking up a number of exciting projects, many of which will benefit the Cloudcroft community.

Chair massage events have been such a big hit here in the village that I have expanded my hours and locations. As the weather got cold, I moved inside to Burro Brew, the coffee shop in the mall by the Cloudcroft Hotel. I can be found there Wednesdays from 10:00 to 1:00, available for chair massage or to answer any questions about massage therapy while Michelle Ferris serves up Lattes and Macchiato. Read the remainder of this entry »

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Cloudcroft Area Real Estate Update Full Year 2012

Posted January 14, 2013 By High Country Posts

by Randy Everett

“How’s The Mountain Market?”

Greetings from The Everett Team at Blue Canyon Realty, Cloudcroft, New Mexico!  We are writing to share the latest mountain real estate news… but first some Everett Team news. Read the remainder of this entry »

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Snow Drops Fire Danger to LOW on Guadalupe Ranger District

Posted January 9, 2013 By High Country Posts

CARLSBAD, NM – January 08, 2013 – Widespread snowfall covered much of southern New Mexico, including the Guadalupe Mountains west of Carlsbad. “The moisture brought on by the snow event was a welcome change,” said Art Arias, Fire Management Officer for the Lincoln National Forest’s Guadalupe Ranger District. “Snow stretched from the mountains to the plains and across the foothills of Eddy County last week. We’ve had reports of 6-8 inches in the higher elevations and 3 -5 inches in the low country,” Arias added.  Read the remainder of this entry »

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