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These beautiful red and yellow rock formations are along Route 84, north of Abiquiu and just south of Ghost Ranch, where we are headed.
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Here we are about 50 miles north of Santa Fe at the entrance to Ghost Ranch, a favorite summer residence of the famous artist, Georgia O'Keeffe. It is now owned by the Presbyterian Church and is used as a education and retreat center for art and religious seminars.
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A view of the hills surrounding Ghost Ranch.
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A painted horse (a Santa Fe tradition) by Claudia Tammen, who we met in the Ghost Ranch Office/Trading Post in the background.
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A painted horse (a Santa Fe tradition) by Claudia Tammen, who we met in the Ghost Ranch Office/Trading Post.
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A decorative tile plaque on the front wall of the Ghost Ranch Office/Trading Post.
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A colorful flower outside the Ghost Ranch office/Trading Post.
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A colorful flower outside the Ghost Ranch office/Trading Post.
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A distant view of Ghost House (circa 1880), the oldest structure on Ghost Ranch, built by the legendary, cattle rustling Archuleta brothers.
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A view of the courtyard entrance to Ghost House (circa 1880), the oldest structure on Ghost Ranch, built by the legendary, cattle rustling Archuleta brothers.
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A steer skull hanging on Ghost House. One of Georgia O'Keeffe's favorite art subjects, the original steer skull drawing was a gift to Arthur Pack, who adopted it as the official Ghost Ranch logo.
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Chimney Rock and the Red Hills as viewed from the short trail up the hill to the Pack Memorial.
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The "Alfalfa Field" (the center of Ghost Ranch) as viewed from the short trail up the hill to the Pack Memorial. Part of Kitchen Mesa can be seen on the left.
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Kitchen Mesa as viewed from the short trail up the hill to the Pack Memorial.
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A 9-photo panorama showing Chimney Rock and the Red Hills as viewed from the top of the Pack Memorial hill.
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A 6-photo panorama showing the Red Hills and Kitchen Mesa as viewed from the top of the Pack Memorial hill.

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