Wednesday, March 16, 2016
I am excited to announce that the Millicent Rogers Museum's fall trip itineraries are now available! The first trip, On the Trail of the Anasazi: Four Corners Archaeology for Non-Archaeologists, departs on Saturday, September 10th from Albuquerque and begins with a cocktail reception, dinner, and lecture on the history of the ancient Southwest by yours truly. From there, you'll tour Ancestral Puebloan ruins at Chaco Culture National Historic Park, Aztec Ruins National Monument, Chimney Rock, Colorado, Mesa Verde National Park, and more.
Full trip itineraries, accommodation details, and pricing can be found by visiting the MRM store, calling (575)758-2462, or emailing the store manager and trip-organizer-extraordinaire, Nancy Colvert, at firstname.lastname@example.org. I think all of these stops at National Parks are a great idea considering that this year is the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service Organic Act, or the federal law that established our National Park Service. I'm a huge fan of National Parks and one of my prized possessions is a National Park passport full of cancellations. All of the photos from this post are from my own travels to these same sites, so I highly recommend these trips.