Blagg is the last of the great Legends of the West. Preserving the Old West is what Cameron & Pamela are all about. You can almost feel the Old West come alive while visiting the trading post surrounded by the desert and walking through the images and artifacts of Cowboys and Indians.
What you will find is resident painter Cameron Blagg and his “barista” wife Pamela. An Oklahoma Cowboy or Montana Mountain Man with deep roots in his Indian Heritage and mountain man days. He definitely inherited his story telling from his Delaware Tribe and the Sac and Fox Nation. He honors this by making sure everything from the bead work to the Tipis are correct to which ever tribe he is painting. Call ahead and make sure he is painting and that the double barrel stove is going in the middle of the store. Grab a cup of coffee from Pamela, his Mandan wife. Check out her bead work. Many times it is sold before she finishes it! You may have to special order something off of one of her photos.
Many local residents will recognize Three Rivers as a ghost town on Highway 54 about 1 miles from Tularosa and about 30 miles from Carrizozo. It's at the entrance of the turn off to see the Three Rivers petroglyph site on Three Rivers Road. The area has a colorful history that dates back to a time long before Europeans landed on our shores. Many people who come down for the Winter stop year after year. They don’t want to miss new art work that has been created by the Blagg’s and their many artist friends.