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August, 2022

Tuesday
9
Ski Santa Fe lower parking area, near restrooms and Winsor Trailhead.
9:30 AM
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The August hike to Raven’s Ridge Overlook is Newcomers rated: Moderate to Strenuous.
Starting at 9:30 AM from the ski area parking lot near the restrooms we’ll take the Winsor Trail up to the Pecos Wilderness Gate (.8 mile), then take a hard right turn onto the Ravens Ridge Route following the Wilderness boundary (barbed wire fence) up to the Overlook (another.8 mile for a total of 1.6 uphill miles).
Total elevation gain is 1,055 feet. We will start at an elevation of 10,000 feet above sea level. Lots of shade. Trail has many roots and rocks. Hiking boots and poles recommended. With a 30-minute rest / snack time at the Overlook we will target being back to the parking lot by 1 PM.
The views from the Overlook are fantastic with Santa Fe Baldy in the background.
Wednesday
10
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Join fellow Newcomers for lunch at a location to be determined by the coordinator. Further details will be sent to the Out to Lunch Bunch registrants.
Friday
12
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On the second Friday of each month, Gourmet I meets for small dinner parties or happy hour/appetizers in small groups hosted in a private home.
Tuesday
16
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TAI Modern is the world’s premier gallery for contemporary Japanese bamboo art. We will have the opportunity to learn more about Honma Hideaki, currently his generation’s leading sculptor in bamboo art, whose solo exhibition will be on view.
Thursday
18
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Let’s learn about what’s in our own backyard—the Railyard! We’ll walk about 1 mile on this 90-minute tour, making our way along the tracks, sidings, and warehouses of this vibrant arts and historic district. Renowned local author and guide Garrett Peck—familiar to some Newcomers after his Willa Cather walking tour—will explain how the arrival of the railroad in 1880 changed our city.
Saturday
20
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Join us for a tour of the newly expanded and upgraded Santa Fe Brewing Co. Sip on one of the brewery’s fine craft beers while touring the new brewhouse, beer hall with 32 taps and banquet hall. See the canning line and enjoy the new beer garden for a flight of five great beers.

Santa Fe Brewing’s kitchen is now open with Fusion Tacos offering great food from traditional Mexican dishes like tacos and burritos, to salads, smoothies and bowls. All food is reasonably priced and delicious.
Tuesday
23
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A private historical tour of Santa Fe’s legendary landmark Bishop’s Lodge, followed by lunch at SkyFire Restaurant on the premises.
Wednesday
24
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Enjoy the early evening light and views from the walking paths in Rancho Viejo, starting and ending at a labyrinth near Cebolla Mesa & East Saddleback Mesa roads. Enjoy independently walking the classical stone on earth labyrinth either before or after the walk. Labyrinths offer a time and place to reflect and can be meditative. The walk will be an approximately 2.5-mile loop, mostly along an easy paved pathway with minimal elevation changes. At the beginning we will briefly go through a residential area.
Wednesday
31
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Join us as we walk along the arroyos near the Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Museum Hill. This is an easy to moderate 2 to 2.5 mile walk on mostly dirt paths with a few rocks and 2 very short hills. The path will vary from a short bit on the street, to a paved trail and to sand and gravel along the arroyos. The moderate pace will include occasional stops to enjoy interesting phenomena, both natural and man-made, including sculptures, and of course views. Will include optional short tour of Botanic Garden ($10).