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Madrid’s a diamond in the rough
August 09, 2008
By Tracy Hanes for the Toronto Star
MADRID, N.M.–Heading south on Highway 14 (the Turquoise Trail) from Santa Fe and Albuquerque, there's mainly pines, pinons and prairie – till you round a bend about 45 minutes into the journey.
Suddenly, you're in a different world, or at least a different state.
A rustic wooden Welcome to Madrid sign greets you, and also informs you that there's free parking and RVs are welcome. A cutout of a red canine cautions drivers to go slow: "Dogs in the Road."
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