Monday, June 13, 2016

Ruidoso, New Mexico

Ruidoso, a place where families and friends have often congregated.  Personally my family has frequented Ruidoso.  You see in the late 80's we were handed a key to a hide away and told "This is your inheritance."  Some of our fondest memories were formed in the 3 bedroom hideaway.  Games around the table, children playing and throwing army men over the balcony all of this combined brought hours of laughter.  Memories to treasure for a lifetime were created in those formative years of my children.

Time progressed and the matriarch of the family sold, bought, and repeated the cycle again.  After all that is what people in real estate do ... always eyeing the other properties.  The last property my husband's father owned is: 

146 Willie Horton Drive
Ruidoso, New Mexico  88345

Ruidoso has always been a quiet retreat.  Midtown shopping is available and truly with every trip allowances were always made so we could bring home a mountain treasure.  I might add that it seems everything including restaurants will be closed earlier than the big city life.  So if you are like me and believe in eating out when at your vacation hideaway be prepared to eat early or have the snacks stocked to last till morning.

Last May we made one of the more depressing trips into Ruidoso.  The realization that our parents are not with us on this earth forever sank in.  As we approached Ruidoso, the formation of the Mountains came into eyesight.  It's always breathtaking to view and reinforces Thankfulness to my God and Creator of such wonders.  On the other hand, this particular time memories flooded my mind, realization sunk in and as tears formed in my eyes I fought breaking into sobs.  It was a cloudy rainy afternoon and in order to overcome my emotions I shot one picture after another.  The following YouTube link is just a few of the snapshots my telephone helped to capture:
The Road to Ruidoso 

I'm going to close this blog entry adding that if you are looking to reward your family with a lovely second home in the Mountains of Ruidoso please consider 146 Willie Horton Drive in Ruidoso, New Mexico.  To see property information and photographs simply click on the following link:

Make an appointment with Mary Austin (COLDWELL BANKER SDC, (575) 257-5111)  to see the property.  Mary's contact information is also at the link above.  By all means tell her that you saw Judy Reynolds' blog!

If, on the other hand, you are searching for a home near me I can help!  Whether it's going to be your primary residence or perhaps a second home on Lake Conroe, contact me directly.  We will set up a time and I can help you find a dream home right here in Texas.

Judy Reynolds

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