New Mexico is road trip country. Its two lane rural roads cut through ranch land and mountains. And you’ll often be alone save a pick up truck or two. The naming of the routes can be quite literal and representative of the American Southwest.
An accurate description this was indeed a back road.
I don’t think Tumbleweed Road has changed much since its inception. Surrounded by open plains it must be the perfect breeding ground for this American icon.
Western Road is lined with horse and cattle ranches.
Peaceful Way is located in Madrid a former mining town now inhabited by artists, hippies and bikers.