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Johnsons of Madrid Galleries of Fine and Fiber Art2843 Hwy 14
Madrid, NM 87010
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Working studio of Diana and Mel Johnson, features fiber and fine art with rotating shows each month with area artistists. Visit the gallery daily and on the First Saturday of the Month artist reception and music concert.
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Ortiz Mountains Educational Preserve - A 1, 350-acre Santa Fe County Open Space Preserve managed by Santa Fe Botanical Garden. Hiking in the Preserve is by tour only. For more information on the tour schedule, please go to the website or call the SFBG.
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On this hike we will describe, and generally pontificate about numerous significant geologic features of the Ortiz Mountains and north-central New Mexico from the upper slopes of Placer Peak and from its summit.
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National Scenic BywayOn June 15, 2000 the Turquoise Trail received designation as a National Scenic Byway from the The National Scenic Byways Program after completing a comprehensive corridor management plan.
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