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Once you have an understanding of the region-layout, and have mapped the regions you intend to visit, the guide presents a fairly succinct method of understanding the general towns and attractions in each region, according to the author. As a first time visitor to the state, using the guide, I felt that it provided me with a good filter to focus in on the best each area has to offer.
For instance, my husband loves the lore of Billy the Kid, and New Mexico has dozens of museums, town attractions, and points of interest dedicated to Billy the Kid. Using the author's recommendation, we were able to avoid tourist traps and lesser points of interest and instead spent an hour and a half in Lincoln, NM, a living history museum that is like stepping back in time to the late 1800s. It was fascinating and we felt in-the-know with the guidebook's recommendation.
We will be back and will likely use this guide again to continue our explorations. Though it could use an index and a better organizational system, overall it accomplishes the goal of putting the reader in a more knowledgeable position when exploring the territory.