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A hidden gem out on the high plains of northeastern New Mexico! Located in the Canadian River Canyon, this spot features ruins of an old hotel operated by Melvin Mills in the late 1800's. He planted 14,000 fruit and nut trees on the fertile river floodplain and built a wagon road to haul his bounty to nearby towns and the Harvey Houses on the rail line. But a monstrous flood wiped it all out in 1904. Do some research on Mills and his mansion in Springer. Fascinating stuff. This is a spectacular remote place for sure.
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