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          High in the Sierra Fangoso Mountains of southern New Mexico roosts an author’s dream, a frontier community that eluded the ghost town fate.  Drop by on your vacation and learn why we are so proud of our little community, unspoiled and largely undiscovered.   Ride the Solomon Line’s old-time steam train from Las Cruces or drive the winding mountain road.  Rub elbows with current day artists, writers and Army defense workers.  Breathe the air of an American Saga.  Not convinced?  Take a look around.  Drop an email to our lonely webmaster with any questions you might have.  I’m sure we’ll be seeing you soon.
      Or, maybe you'd like to visit  our village blog (Sierra Fangoso Fantasia) and sound off on some issue, join a discussion or give us some feedback.
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 Morgan Mercantile
Mudgap Station
Roads have improved

The Rio Fangoso trail may date from the explorations of Juan de Oñate y Salazar (1550-1626) who crossed the Rio Grande near present day El Paso in 1598. He perhaps ventured across the Sierra Fangosos before continuing up the Rio Grande. The trail was considered ancient when Lieutenant-Colonel Phillip St. George Cooke established the more southerly Cooke’s Trail during the Mexican War of 1846.

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