Prime time for Pecos, New Mexico

Wildflowers, forests, fish -- sure beats summer in the sweltering city

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Pecos National Historical Park.
 What: Remarkably preserved large-scale ruins from a 1400s Indian pueblo. How much: $3. Where: 2 miles south of Pecos on State 63; 505/757-6414.

Griego's Market & Liquor.
 What: Village social center where locals put back fiery carne adovada breakfast burritos. When: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. How much: $. Where: 1 mile north of Pecos on State 50; 505/757-6555.

Frankie's at the Casanova.
 What: Green chile stews and enchilada casseroles served in a beer garden. When: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner Tue-Sun. How much: $$. Where: S. Main St. (State 63) at State 50; 505/757-3322.


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