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Santa Fe and New Mexico

One of my major interests and favorite places is New Mexico, its capital Santa Fe, and the Southwest. I have a few links below to Santa Fe and New Mexico. I will add more from time to time.

Santa Fe New Mexico visitors information for travel, lodging, and restaurants
City of Santa Fe
The Santa Fe Opera
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
Santa Fe Institute (SFI)
SWAIA and Indian Market

My wife and I own a house in Santa Fe, Casa de Los Arboles, and we have created a Picture Gallery for it. The site is mostly aimed at potential renters but the pictures are nice. Every other year we host a gathering of my family in Santa Fe at Christmas.

I originally got interested in the Southwest by taking a guided tour of Anasazi ruins in the four corners region let by staff from the Crow Canyon Archeological Center in Cortez, CO. Since then both southwestern archeology and archeoastronomy have become major interests. Here are a few links to get started.

Southwestern Archeology

Photographs of Archeological Sites
This is a set photographs
Southwest Web Ring
The Solstice Project
The Cedar Mesa Project
Cedar Mesa is a large mesa in the four corners region of southern Utah just north of the San Juan River and Monument Valley with a large group of Anasazi ruins. One of its major features is Grand Gultch, a large canyon with many untouched sites. This site has an extensive list of links to the area and its features.
Chaco Culture National Historical Park
Perhaps the most impressive of all Anasazi sites, Chaco Canyon was the home of the culture's greatest flourescence which ended for reasons we still do not fully understand about 1150 A.D.
World Heritage Sites in US


Archeoastronomy Wikipedia's opinion
Archaeoastronomy and World Cosmology A course at Pomona College
Solar Astronomy in the Prehistoric Southwest
Archeoastronomy A course at UNM
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