Join AiA on October 8th for an outing at El Rancho de las Golondrinas A living Museum!
A special tour of one of our states treasures. We have arranged to have guides to take us through El Rancho de las Golondrinas (The Ranch of the Swallows). They will demonstrate how people carried on life three hundred years ago.
Las Golondrinas is one of the most historic Spanish ranches in the southwest. It was the last camping (paraje) for weary travlers and settlers on the Camino Real-the Royal Roadfrom Mexico City to Santa Fe. It is often mentioned in the diaries and reports of yesteryear as "El Paraje de las Golondrinas". See More
OUR NEXT “LUNCH & LEARN” IS SCHEDULED ON JANUARY 28, 2015
Please plan to join us on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, for our next “Lunch & Learn” program at Sandia Hotel and Resort just north of Albuquerque. This popular series features prominent speakers discussing different aspects of unique New Mexico archeology and anthropology. Earlier this year Mark Varien, PhD, delivered a fascinating presentation on the abandonment of settlements in the Four Corners some 800 years ago. In our next program, Dr. Varien will speak about the migration of this population into the Rio Grande valley and the development of native languages that survive to this day. We hope you will join us on January 28 for a delicious lunch and a great learning experience on this fascinating topic.
Full details are coming soon!
Photo Albums of Past Adventures
Chaco Canyon 2013
Ghost Ranch 2013