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Explore the Ancient Chaco World - Ghost Ranch Art Workshops
Posted Feb 20, 2017
Immerse yourself in the mysteries of Chaco Canyon, its ancient astronomical observatories, the Great Kivas of Aztec and Casa Rinconada, the Great Houses of Pueblo Bonito and Kin Kletso and much more. The Chacoan World Excursion Road Trip begins with a day of introductions at the famous Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, New Mexico with an afternoon to explore its unique beauty. Then, two days/one night on the road, one day to the ancient observatory of Chimney Rock and Aztec Great House and the next day to Chaco Canyon with the final night at Ghost Ranch for discussion and closure.
This archeological workshop is offered May 22-26, 2017, and again September 18-22, 2017. The all-inclusive excursion includes lodging for four nights in Ghost Ranch historic cottages and all meals (except for three meals while on the road), tour fees, program and excursion transportation. $1200-$1450 per person.
This excursion is led by Martha Yates, an archaeologist, poet, leader of writing groups, photographer and scholar. Martha is the Cultural and College Programming Coordinator at Ghost Ranch which includes management of Ghost Ranch Museums.
If you have questions, please call 505-685-1006 to reach museum staff or send questions to Martha Yates at firstname.lastname@example.org.
View photos and testimonials here, as well as other archeological workshops available at Ghost Ranch.Visit Site