I have lived here in Eagle Nest with my wife Kathy and our two dogs, Kismet and Dixon for a few years now. We have moved around a little bit but finally seemed to have settled in here at the Golden Eagle RV Park as permanent residents. I certainly find the rustic nature of Eagle Nest more in line with my own happiness and wellbeing, and this little spot in the back of the park is perfect. The trees, wildlife and friendly small town feel certainly provides a soothing caress to my soul.
I completed writing my first book in 2016. It’s titled “Puppies and PTSD” and is available on Amazon. Please feel free to check that out if you would like to see more of my writing, and don’t hesitate to get a hold of me if you would like a book signed while you are here visiting the RV Park. I do look forward to meeting you all as the summer months ensue here in the mountains and the summertime festivities and activities spin up to full speed.
As many know, this mountain village is not short on hiking trails, snow mobile expeditions, fishing tournaments and everything that is mountain recreation and just plain outdoor fun. I will do my best to bring the latest and greatest of it all to this newsletter. I hope you will find it enjoyable and I look forward to your feedback.
Hello everyone, I would like to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Glenn Salas.
Explore Northern New Mexico
Sprawled out in this high mountain valley surrounded by meadows and the cool blue water of Eagle Nest Lake, is the quaint village of Eagle Nest New Mexico. Within that mountain village is the Golden Eagle RV Park. As the annual winter snow has been rapidly receding with the springtime’s sun now daily appearing, the carefully prepared camper and RV spots here are almost begging for new mountain adventurers and recreational enthusiast with a passion for relaxation and new exciting experiences.
As many know, the eccentric art dealer Forrest Fenn reportedly stashed a chest filled with a treasure valued at over a million dollars somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. Some even believe that one of the places that it just might be located is in our very own Cimarron Canyon just a few miles from Eagle Nest. It is with this idea that I will begin exploring the Fenn treasure and taking you along for the ride with me. In between exploring the mystique and intrigue surrounding the Fenn treasure, I will be open to other obscure and not so obscure literary tangents that might be of interest. Heck, who knows, we might even go on a Bigfoot hunt. I guess what I am saying is that the possibilities are endless as to what we might be talking about, so be prepared.
This is where we are going to begin our journey together as I will try my best to bring to you a small snapshot of the goings on here in the mountains. Let’s be honest, there are a lot of things to be involved with here in the Eagle Nest area, and if you just can’t be here with us today, well, I will do my best to keep you informed, starting with the Fenn treasure.
Whether exploring the ghost towns, fishing the local waters, looking for UFO’s in the Sangre De Cristo night sky, looking for Fenn’s treasure, or just enjoying the live music echoing down the main street, while savoring that distinct local flavor that only comes from small mountain town cuisine, I will try to bring the best of what we do here in the mountains to this newsletter.
So, there’s my introduction and what to expect in the coming months. As always, I welcome feedback and please let me know what you would like to see from me as I am certainly open to new ideas and opinions.