Stocking a variety of chic women’s wear from brands such as Adore, Hue, Lucky, and Etienne Aigner, Michelle’s showcases stylish new arrivals on a rotating basis. Open-window sufferers can armor themselves against spring breezes with a Tribal long-sleeve knit cardigan ($65) and a snug pair of Corduroy Jeanz stretch leggings, made from a supersoft cotton-polyester blend ($34).
Owned by the Mescalero Apache Tribe, Ski Apache touts a system of 11 ski lifts and is committed to keeping snow people safe while they enjoy nature's amusement park. The mountain offers dozens of trails for snowboarders and skiers of all skill levels, from first-time bunny slopers to double-black-diamond enthusiasts. Hitting the powder with friends or teaching an enemy that "french fry" skis are better than "pizza slice" skis when approaching a deep chasm can lead to a well-earned cup of cocoa at the bottom of the mountain and an overwhelming adrenaline rush to do it all over again.
Although the views of the Sacramento Mountains are imposing and majestic at ground level, nothing can compete with approaching them from 10,000 feet above. That’s why the staff at Skydive White Sands offers a range of jumps and classes that let guests get a bird’s-eye view of the mountain peaks, smooth white sands, and roller-skating clouds while feeling the rush of an adrenaline-pumping free fall. Staff members send jumpers into the air in a Cessna 206, then strap themselves to students for a tandem jump or teach them how to man their own parachute during the seven-level skydiving-licensing program. While in flight, clients can choose to record their experience with a handheld camera that documents their free fall and peaceful descent to the ground.
Scoot Over Albuquerque maintains a fleet of scooters that are 49 cubic centimeters, and patrons can rent them by the hour, the day, the week, or even the month. All that's required is a valid driver's license and the same basic skills used while riding a bike. Patrons can cruise down Route 66, toward the mountains, or to the casinos. New Mexico's laws don't require riders to wear helmets, but Scoot Over Albuquerque encourages the practice and stocks them in several colors.
When snack cravings call, Ujuice Lounge satiates them with frozen yogurt. Patrons can make their own treats by choosing a seasonal frozen-yogurt flavor, such as peanut brittle, passion fruit, or marshmallow, and garnishing it with one or more of Ujuice Lounge's more than 30 toppings.
Deiter Chiropractic specializes in helping patients suffering from car accidents, work-related injuries, and sporting injuries such as hard hits in football or table tennis elbow. In addition to adjustments, on-site massages help alleviate chronic and new pain.