Grande Pueblos & Georgia O'Keeffe Country New
Grande Pueblos & Georgia O'Keeffe Country With
produced November 2010
7-13, 2015 Limited to the first 19 guests
We still have space
New Mexico—a land of enduring cultures and cultures of enduring
From the delicately rendered pre-historic Clovis point to the meticulously
handcrafted jewelry of
today—each culture that has
touched this land has contributed its own
arts that complement the beauty that is New Mexico, truly creating
The Land of Enchantment!
scholar, author, second generation
| Indian trader Mark Bahti, Pueblo
Indians, artists and along with New Mexico's historians, to savor the arts and culture,
history, beauty and cuisine of
one of America’s most breathtakingly beautiful places!
author, cultural historian and second- generation Native
American arts dealer, (See http://bahti.com/)
for an insightful exploration of New
Mexico's Rio Grande Pueblos and Georgia O'Keeffe Country. Mark
Bahti's grandfather, Arthur N. Pack, conservationist and publisher
||magazine, developed and operated Ghost Ranch as a
dude ranch in the 1930’s and ‘40’s when O'Keeffe arrived
make New Mexico her home (and Ghost Ranch was host to some fairly
interesting if taciturn guests who turned out to be the scientists
from the then-super-secret Los Alamos Lab). In 1952 Arthur Pack
moved on to
| co-found the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson,
Arizona. Mark's enthusiasm for Indian arts, history and culture is
deep and contagious! You will learn and enjoy treasured
Mark and his wife, Emmi
Whitehorse, have Bahti Indian Arts in Tucson and
Snapshots from the
road during our last scouting trip...
The master, Ray Lovato, shares his art with his grandson.
bygone era crumbling...
will savor your four delightful nights at The Inn of the Governors
in Santa Fe and Hotel Albuquerque.
also chosen the best of excellent and charming accommodations near some of New Mexico's
finest restaurants in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, to assure you
restful and memorable evenings...and opportunities for some
mighty fine New Mexico dining in the charming historic capitol of
Santa Fe, as well as in Albuquerque and Taos!
also enjoy the added intrigue of Georgia O'Keeffe Country,
her Santa Fe museum, and her home, and lots more!
Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town offers grand comfort and a
superb location for two evenings to explore Historic Old Town.
choose to travel as a small group (limited to just 20 guests) in comfortable,
spacious new passenger vans, where everyone enjoys their own
is our most comprehensive and wonderful Indian Country program.
Not often available (not since 2010), it’s full of
two block stroll from the historic Plaza (dine in or walk to many
of Santa Fe's wonderful restaurants), the Inn will quickly become
your home-away-from- home. Wood
burning fireplaces in each of our Superior and Deluxe rooms add
true Santa Fe ambiance to your accommodations. Can you
smell that cedar burning?
fee includes all hotels, a number of meals, and roundtrip
transportation from Tucson or Albuquerque (you choose!), plus the
knowledgeable company of Mark, Mary & Piet. Private rooms are
available, of course.
produced and hosted by Mary and Piet. Call/email them at Baja’s
Frontier Tours in Tucson at (520) 887-2340 for information
personal insights, plus the knowledge of the people we will meet
along the way,
will deepen your appreciation and understanding of the world
around you throughout our
you a serious collector, historian or photographer? Or, perhaps
happily looking, learning and gathering snapshots? If
the romance of this Enchanted land and the details of our
experience speak to you, this may be a truly memorable learning
vacation for you to choose to anticipate!
A classic New Mexico landscape from Ghost Ranch
Please call us with
any questions about details and itinerary. Any time.
Mary & Piet Van de Mark
Collector? Shopper? Just Looking?
Our guests have learned they can trust the artists and
traders we visit.
& Piet Van de Mark at Baja's Frontier Tours with your questions.
(Tucson, Arizona) 520-887-2340.
The Journey is
program is produced for the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum &
Tucson's Tohono Chul Park.
& Piet are the tour producers and operators as well as your personal hosts
on this - and every - BFT learning vacation!
Please call us
in Tucson with your questions: 520-887-2340
you're not yet a member of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, this
is a great time to make that happen click here: www.desertmuseum.org
Call Mary & Piet Van de Mark at Baja's
(Tucson, Arizona) (520)
$2995 per person double occupancy roundtrip from Tucson or
occupancy private rooms are available.
of Tohono Chul Park please register directly with Jo Falls (see below).
you're not yet a TCP member, this is a good time to become one and
enjoy all the benefits of membership!
easy to become a member and join the tour at this members' price and enjoy all the many
other many benefits of TCP membership!
Jo Falls (520)742-6455,
7-13, 2015 With
per person double
occupancy. Single occupancy private rooms
Tohono Chul Park
is a non-profit, botanical garden
and art museum.
Jo at Education@tohonochulpark.org
Contact Piet & Mary Van de Mark by phone:
520-887-2340 (Tucson, Arizona)
Frontier Tours LLC Tucson, Arizona 20015