Santa Fe New Mexican July 2014
Ghost Ranch a haven for any who wish to discover, learn and play
By Judith Fein | For The New Mexican
an excerpt from the Santa Fe New Mexican Outdoors Section – read the full article here
Why should kids have all the fun?
What if there were a camp for grownup kids where they can hike, fish, swim, ride a horse, participate in an archaeological dig, sing in a chorus, practice yoga, swing from high and low ropes, rock climb, walk a labyrinth and nurture their inner artists with courses in mosaic making, silversmithing, weaving, metal sculpture, pottery, quilting, beading, stone carving, drawing, painting, photography, pastels and fused glass?
Sound impossible? Well, there is such a camp, and it’s right here in Northern New Mexico, on a 21,000-acre site that is surrounded by red, yellow, and white bluffs, and monumental stones carved by nature into fanciful shapes.
Judith Fein is an award-winning travel writer and author based in Santa Fe. Her website is www.Globaladventure.us